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Chapter 5: National Differences and the Rethinking of Social Democracy: Third Ways in Europe

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National Differences and the Rethinking of Social Democracy: Third Ways in Europe
National differences and the rethinking of social democracy: Third ways in Europe
LukeMartell

The idea of the Third Way emerged from centre-left rethinking in the 1980s, especially in the United States of America (USA) and United Kingdom (UK). It also caught on elsewhere in Europe and in other parts of the world. In this chapter, I will discuss what the Third Way involves, how it differs from the first and second ways, old-style social democracy and neo-liberalism, and how it compares to other social democratic responses to social changes such as globalisation. I will discuss the values of the Third Way and what it envisages as the role for government. I will argue that while ...

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