By Peter A. Swenson

traditional knowledge argues that welfare kingdom developers within the US and Sweden within the Thirties took their cues from hard work and hard work events. Swenson makes the startling argument that pragmatic social reformers sought for help not just from lower than but in addition from above, considering capitalist pursuits and personal tastes. Juxtaposing widely known extremes of welfare, the USA and Sweden, Swenson exhibits that business enterprise pursuits performed a job in welfare kingdom improvement in either countries.

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