""One of the most outstanding recent works on social democracy. Moschonas analyses with extreme accuracy the 'great transformation' of this major political force through its multiple dimensions."" - Gerard Grunberg ""This excellent book maps out the profound doubts about social democratic identity at a time when the parties in question appear resigned to choosing between different forms of inequality. Always perceptive in its criticisms, it has a genuine non-polemical feel about the current predicament of the European Left. A lively, energetic and intelligent analysis."" - Donald Sassoon.Vom Verlag:
democratic history: the core dominant reformist tendency of working-class politics notwithstanding, capitalism has transformed social democracy more than it has succeeded in transforming capitalism. Now, in the 'great transformation' of recent years; a process of de-social-democratisation' has been set in train, affecting every aspect of the social-democratic phenomenon, from ideology and programmes to organisation and electorates. Analytically incisive and empirically meticulous, In the Name of Social Democracy will establish itself as the standard reference work on the logic and dynamics of a major mutation in European politics.
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