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Svenskarna trodde länge att historien var död. Folkhem, rekordår och välfärd uppfattades som ett radikalt brott med det förflutna. De där fornstora dagarna som nationalsången yvs över kändes lika främmande som om de hade inträffat i ett annat land. Och det ska vi nog, i ärlighetens namn, vara rätt glada över. För man kan säga mycket om hur det var förr, men bättre var det ...more
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Published August 10th 2014
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