The crisis in Swedish Social Democracy
Paving the path for a new identity
in The social construction of Swedish neutrality
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Swedish social democracy was presented with a new set of challenges in the 1970s and 1980s, both domestically and externally. As the Swedish Model faced ruptures internally, social forces challenged the established idea of Swedish identity and society nurtured by the Social Democratic Party. The possibility of European integration and shifts in Social Democratic ideology would pave the way for a reconsideration of Swedish identity that underpinned the consensus on neutrality.

The social construction of Swedish neutrality

Challenges to Swedish identity and sovereignty

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