In particular, there are two features of the class C Level Contact List structure of these nations that are highly relevant in this context. One is the autonomy of peasants and farmers, based on working their own land and on a cultural, cooperative and political C Level Contact List organization. Nordic farmers have often been conservative but without institutional affiliation, based on the perception of their own class interests and not because of the influence of priests or C Level Contact List landowners. This class autonomy was decisive for the political advance of Nordic social democracy in the 1930s. Taking as its axis a policy of employment and support for agricultural prices against a background of post-liberal crisis, coalitions or agreements were then developed between social democratic parties and agrarian.
This happened in Denmark and C Level Contact List Sweden in 1933, Compared to continental Western Europe, the Nordic region was late, fast, and successful in urbanizing and industrializing. The class implications of this process were reflected above C Level Contact List all in two aspects. Before the Marxist-inspired labor movement emerged, there was little trace of a modern urban bourgeoisie on the social and political terrain. The rapid C Level Contact List socioeconomic development then gave strength and resources to the labor movement, which acquired a kind of political dominance in the 1930s and – apart from some fissures and setbacks in the 1970s and 1980s – maintained it for 50 or 60 years until the arrival of the new millennium.
Mobilization and demobilization of the working C Level Contact List class The Nordic labor movement grew uniquely strong C Level Contact List under the aforementioned premises. Finnish Social Democracy was the first European Labor Party to win a parliamentary majority (with 47% of the vote in 1916) and the second in the world, after Australia (in 1910). This success C Level Contact List was largely due to its early arrival to small farmers and rural workers.