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The Danish Elections: Social Democracy With An Inhumane Face – OpEd

Eurasia Review Sunday, 9 June 2019
The great centrist European tradition of social democracy has been receiving a rattle for the last few decades. The European Parliament elections were a reminder how much their appeal has diminished. In Denmark, by way of contrast, they have established something of a bridgehead, defeating the centre-right coalition led by the...
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