Crises of Democratic Capitalism and Social Democracy: The Case of Spain
McCreedy, David A.
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Now, as the Western world gropes for solutions to its structural woes, the arena for elite direction could once again open up. Unfortunately, it may take a crisis situation before this can happen, because in the current political, economic, and social context, it may be that neoliberalism poses the only viable alternative direction for public policy. Why is it that neoliberalism has become so predominant in the Western world? Does it succeed in its objectives? Do the benefits of neoliberalism outweigh its costs? A partial answer to these questions can be addressed by looking at recent developments in Spanish politics.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.