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Tracing the origins of Swedish neutrality, 1814–1945

(Rokkan, 1981: 66–8). Sweden was a ‘poverty-stricken nation’ (Stromberg, 1986: 99) and such conditions led to mass emigration between 1850 and 1930, mainly to America. 10 The rise of Pietism inspired a different political culture to develop, compared to continental Europe. Scandinavian Lutheranism was cemented during the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries, influenced by the

in The social construction of Swedish neutrality