Portugal, Spain, Europe

Burnham, James
October 1975
National Review;10/10/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 39, p1104
The article focuses on counterculture and socialism in Portugal. It has been observed that the democracy of a pluralist, democratic socialism inevitably turns out to be bourgeois that is, a sociopolitical structure to which capitalism and a privileged economic class can adapt themselves. The Scandinavian countries are most of the advanced noncommunist countries. Mario Soares is playing into the hands of the counterrevolution.


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