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Party change as a necessity - the case of the Sweden Democrats

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Despite indications of potential demand, no populist right party has yet broken through in Sweden. This article examines the biggest Swedish populist right party, Sverigedemokraterna [Sweden Democrats], which in 2006 came close to parliamentary representation. Originating from an extremist subculture, the party has been forced through a process of change to broaden its appeal. The article traces the party's background and history, and looks at the changes that have taken place to remove the extremist stigma.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-09-01

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