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Jenny Andersson

of the third way experiment in the 1980s and the party seems to be uncomfortably stuck in the gap between these two legacies. To conclude, I would suggest that a central point of change in Swedish social democratic thought, discussed in the previous pages, is the gradual acceptance in party ideology of a group in Swedish society that is not productive and that constantly falls behind. The empirical

in Between growth and security
Jenny Andersson

demographic developments. 36 Many of these policies were deeply unpopular in Swedish society, and the party lost some of its image as the custodian of the people’s home. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the SAP tried to reconnect to its historical articulations and break with the legacy of its third way experiment. Once again, party rhetoric contains echoes of post-war discourses. In particular, there has been a newfound

in Between growth and security