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Democratic socialism : the mass left in advanced industrial societies / edited by Bogdan Denitch.


Montclair, N.J. : Allanheld, Osmun, 1981.
ISBN 0865980152, 9780865980150

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Other Authors Denitch, Bogdan Denis.
Subjects Europa.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1945-
Europe -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1945-
Europe.
Industriegesellschaft.
Partis socialistes -- Europe.
Politics and government
Socialism -- Europe.
Socialism.
Socialisme -- Europe.
Socialist parties -- Europe.
Socialist parties.
Sozialismus.
Description xi, 180 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary From the Blurb: With continuing economic crises and international political instability, as well as a growing awareness of the importance of Third World problems, European socialists have begun to sense that social change is again realistically on the agenda. The rebirth of a left-wing socialism within European social democracy and on its left fringes, the current dilemmas and challenges it faces, and its changing posture with regard to the non-European world are the subject of this book. Edited by one of the leading scholar-activists in the field, this volume includes major contributions from different parts of the Eurosocialist world, with analysis of developments of the postwar period in Western Europe as a whole and in several specific countries. The prospects for a similar political development in the U.S. are explored, as are the policy questions faced by the United States vis a vis the resurgence of Eurosocialism.
Contents Foreword / Michael Harrington -- Acknowledgments -- Prospects and dilemmas of the socialist left in Europe / Bogdan Denitch -- Postwar transformation of European social democracy / Richard Lowenthal -- Waiting for lefty: the capitalist genesis of socialist man / Robert E Lane -- Party, class, and state: a Leninist and a non-Leninist view / Raymond S Franklin -- Unions, parties, the state, and liberal corporatism / Peter Lange -- Modernizing role of the working-class parties in Southern Europe / Franco Ferrarotti -- French socialist foreign policy: Atlantic relations, defense, and European unity / Nancy I Lieber -- Ideological development of the Swedish social democrats / John D Stephens -- Sweden: paradise in trouble / Ulf Himmelstrand -- Some obstacles in building a mass socialist left in the United States / Bogdan Denitch -- Index -- About the authors.
Geographic Area Europe, Western
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7204588
(OCoLC)ocm07204588
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