Scandinavia, between East and West

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Index
Acheson, Dean, 302
Adoption Scandinavian laws on, 312
Adult education, 19,226-253 ideological roots of, 228-235 folk schools, 235-240 lectures and libraries, 241-244 study circles, 244-250 legislation and aid for, 250-252
Adult Education Association of Swedish Churches (SKB), 247n
Agrarian parties, postwar policies of, 15-17
Agricultural co-operatives, see Cooperatives, agricultural
Agricultural societies: Danish, 207 Swedish, 213
Agriculture: postwar recovery of, 25 and four-year programs, 34, 35,37 American machinery in, 343
Airlines System, Scandinavian, 344
Āland Islands, 257,260-261,263-265
Allies, 277, 278 and Swedish neutrality, 282-286
Allocation of resources, see Resources, allocation of
Allowances for children, see Children, allowances for
Almquist, K. J. L.,318
Aluminum industry, 14
America, see United States
American Revolution, influence on Scandinavia, 332
American-Scandinavian Foundation, viii, x, 345
Anderson, Maxwell,347
Anker, Herman,235n.
Anthony, Susan B.,339
Anticomintern pact, 273,279
Appel, Jens,235n.
Arbeidernes Faglige Landsorganisasjon, 114
Arbejderbo, 182
Arbitration: international, 267-271 labor, see Mediation of labor disputes
Architecture, see Housing
Art, Scandinavian, 347
Arveson, Ole,235n
Atlantic pact, see North Atlantic Defense Treaty
Atomic energy, 345
Austria, 261, 273
Bacon factories, co-operative, 203,210
Balance of payments, postwar, 27,30, 37, 52, 57 Swedish, 35 Norwegian, 38 and allocation of resources, 80 and consumption, 92 effects of planning on, 109
Balconies, importance of,187-188
Bank Drafts Act (1880), 311
Banking: private, 14 co-operauves, 222 American influence on, 342
Baptist Church, 346
Belgium, 269, 273,283

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents *
  • I - Scandinavian Democracy 1
  • II - The Scandinavian Countries in A Changing World Economy 23
  • III - Government Economic Planning and Control 49
  • IV - The Labor Movement and Industrial Relations 113
  • V - Social Welfare 139
  • VI - Housing 169
  • VII - Producer and Consumer Co-Operatives 199
  • VIII - Adult Education 225
  • IX - Scandinavian Foreign Policy, Past and Present 255
  • X - Co-Operation Between the Scandinavian Countries 307
  • XI - We Americans and Scandinavia 325
  • Appendix: Statistical Tables of Scandinavia 351
  • Selected Bibliography 367
  • Index 375
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