Series: ● II.a - What is Social-Democracy

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∙II.a.1 – What is Social-democracy: State sovereignty (differences between Socialism and Democracy)

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series ● II.a - What is Social-Democracy

It highlights how Socialism and Democracy are forms of government essentially in conflict with each other: ● Democracy is based on Citizens’ “freedom of initiative” (who are still punished when their actions create damage to other Citizens), in Socialism this freedom is limited (it is thought that the Freedom granted […]

II.a.2 – The sharing of the Socialist ideology between Social Democracy and the protagonists of global Financial capitalism

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series ● II.a - What is Social-Democracy

A turning point in the evolution of modern Democracy is represented by the moment in which the governments of individual nations joined the world of international finance. In this regard, we must underline that: ● Social Democracy is by its very nature “international”: the social-democratic ideology aims in fact at […]

II.a.3 – The common matrix of Social Democracy and Fascism (the “special powers” of Social Democracy)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series ● II.a - What is Social-Democracy

To understand the current problems of Western Democracy it is crucial to consider how Social Democracy (which is its essence) was born. Perhaps the most important points (detailed in subsequent chapters): 1) the founders of Social Democracy in its current form (the Welfare State of the “new Deal”), US President […]