The Democratic Party: The Paradox Of Social Democracy

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Paradox of Social Democracy Table of Contents Introduction 2 Main context 2 Conclusion 2 References 3 Introduction In later 60s in Paleolithic days few red blooded drastic events would had been caught dead within the Democratic Party. The period was the era of anti imperialist and student movements, of the SDS, of SNCC, of militant black movement, Black Panther party, league of the revolutionary black worker and the nascent rank filing movements among public and industrial service workers (Inston, 2010). Main context In those days the politics was on the streets and in mass direct action. The Democratic Party was acknowledged as the firmly wedded to the American imperialism which was expressed in the LBJ’s Vietnam War
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