Social Democracy After the Cold War

by edited by Bryan Evans and Ingo Schmidt

AU Press


Non-Fiction: History, Politics

CDN: $29.95


The case studies of this volume point to a social democracy that has confirmed its rupture with the postwar order and its role as the primary political representative of working class interests. Once marked by redistributive and egalitarian policy perspectives, social democracy has, the book argues, assumed a new role—that of a modernizing force advancing the neoliberal cause.

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