Democratic Socialism: A Global Survey

Greenwood Publishing Group, 1. jan. 2000 - 230 sider
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Donald Busky provides an in-depth, well referenced, and up to date examination of the history of social democratic parties and governments worldwide from the 19th century onward.

After reviewing the history of democratic socialism and its rivals as well as defining the various movements, Dr. Busky examines the history and current state of social democratic parties beginning with Europe and Great Britain, and then moving to the United States and Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. The volume concludes with a survey bibliography of key studies on the topic. This global survey will be of particular interest to scholars, students, and other researchers involved with comparative politics and political ideologies.


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Defining Democratic Socialism
Democratic Socialism in Continental Europe
Democratic Socialism in Great Britain and Ireland
Democratic Socialism in North America
Democratic Socialism in Central America the Caribbean and South America
Democratic Socialism in Asia Australia Africa and the Middle East

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Side xii - It is ye that have eaten up the vineyard; the spoil of the poor is in your houses : what mean ye that ye crush my people, and grind the face of the poor ? saith the Lord, the LORD of hosts.

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DONALD F. BUSKY is Adjunct Professor of History and Political Science at Camden County College. He is the author of Democratic Socialism: A Global Survey (Praeger, 2000) and the companion volumes to the present book: From Utopian Socialism to the Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union: Communism in History and Theory and Communism in Asia, Africa, and the Americas: History and Theory, both published by Praeger in 2002.

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