Why Lane Kenworthy Thinks The Next System Should Be... Social Democracy
By Lane Kenworthy / thenextsystem.org
May 27, 2016

As part of our “New Systems: Possibilities and Proposals” series, Lane Kenworthy delves into a model for Social Democracy that he believes would be beneficial for a next system. Kenworthy claims that higher government involvement – as exemplified by Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden – can pave the way for increased societal rewards.

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Why Lane Kenworthy Thinks The Next System Should Be... Social Democracy