'Why Sweden's far-right, anti-immigrant party made powerful gains' --- Christian Science MonitorQuicklink submitted by Ritt Goldstein Permalink
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|Fascism rose with the 1930's 'Great Depression', and as the 'Great Recession's' economic hard times strike increasingly large segments of Europe, popular far right movements are again gaining increasing power. Notably, the article ends with the quote: 'Citing the fading memories of WWII and the 1930s, political scientist Sundström emphasized that if the far right could rise in Sweden, 'it can happen anywhere.''|
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