Left Party (Sweden)
The Left Party (Swedish: Vänsterpartiet, V) is a socialist and feminist political party in Sweden, founded in 1917 following a split from the Swedish Social Democratic Party. The party has had man...
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Trade Union Propaganda League
The Trade Union Propaganda League (Swedish: Fackliga propagandaförbundet, abbreviated 'FPF') was a Swedish labour organization. FPF was founded in September 1919. The purpose of the organization w...
Ny Dag
Ny Dag ('New Day') was a Swedish communist newspaper and the main publication of the Communist Party of Sweden (later renamed 'Left Party – Communists') from 2 January 1930 to 5 August 1990, when publ...
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Arbetar-Tidningen
Arbetar-Tidningen (also known as AT; meaning Workers' Newspaper in English) was a communist newspaper from Göteborg, Sweden, published between 1929 and 1974.
AB paper was started directly after th...
Arbetar-Tidningen - Wikipedia
Feminist Initiative (Sweden)
Feminist Initiative (Swedish: Feministiskt initiativ, abbreviated Fi or F!) is a feminist political party in Sweden. The party was formed (from a previous pressure group of the same name) in 2005,...
Democratic Farmers League of Sweden
The Democratic Farmers League of Sweden (Swedish: Sverges demokratiska jordbrukareförbund, abbreviated SDJ) was an organization of farmers in Sweden.SDJ was founded in February 1918, at a congress...
Democratic Farmers League of Sweden - Wikipedia
Sydsvenska Kuriren
Sydsvenska Kuriren ('South Swedish Courier') was a communist newspaper in Sweden. The publication was an organ of the Communist Party of Sweden. The first issue appearedon October 24, 1925. Sydsvenska...
Sydsvenska Kuriren - Wikipedia
Free-minded National Association
The Free-minded National Association (Swedish: Frisinnade Landsföreningen) was a political party in Sweden. The party was in government from 1905 to 1906 and from 1911 to 1914 under the leadership...
Free-minded National Association - Wikipedia
Folkets Dagblad Politiken
Politiken, later named Folkets Dagblad - Politiken was a Swedish Communist newspaper that existed from April 1916 to August 1940.
Politiken was launched in 1916, first issue published on 27 April ...
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Gästriklands Folkblad
Gästriklands Folkblad was a communist newspaper published thrice weekly in Sandviken, Sweden from July 1921 to August 1922. Karl Gustaf Ragnar Almgren was the editor of the paper.
Blekinge Folkblad
Blekinge Folkblad was a communist newspaper published in Blekinge, Sweden from January 1943 to April 1957. The newspaper was published weekly, except for the period from October 1953 to November 1956 ...
Liberal People's Party (Sweden)
The Liberal People's Party (Swedish: Folkpartiet liberalerna, FP) is a liberal, social liberal and conservative-liberal political party in Sweden. The party was a part of the Alliance coalition go...
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Göran Therborn
Göran Therborn FAcSS (23 September 1941, Kalmar, Sweden) is a professor of sociology at Cambridge University and is amongst the most highly cited contemporary Marxian-influenced sociologists. He has p...
Östergötlands Arbetartidning
Östergötlands Arbetartidning was a communist weekly newspaper published in Norrköping, Sweden from October 1945 to April 1957. It had a weekly edition of around 10,888 in 1945.
Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden
The Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges skogs- och lantarbetareförbund) was a revolutionary trade union for forestry and agricultural workers in Sweden. The union was founde...
Gulan Avci
Gulan Avci (born August 20, 1977) is a Swedish politician of Kurdish descent, representing the Liberal People's Party. She was elected deputy Member of Parliament in 2006 and served March – September ...
2006 Swedish electoral espionage affair
The 2006 Swedish election espionage affair, in daily media sometimes called Leijongate, which is created from Watergate and the liberal party leader Lars Leijonborg, was a series of computer break-ins...
2006 Swedish electoral espionage affair - Wikipedia
Liberal Party of Sweden
The Liberal Party of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges Liberala Parti) was a political party in Sweden. It was formed in 1923 by the anti-prohibition minority of the Free-minded National Association as a ...
Liberal Party of Sweden - Wikipedia
Farm Workers Union of Småland
The Farm Workers Union of Småland (Swedish: Smålands lantarbetareförbund) was a trade union for agricultural workers in Småland, Sweden. The union was founded in 1919.The Farm Workers Union of Små...
Revontulet
Revontulet (the Finnish word for aurora, lit. "foxfire") was a Finnish language communist weekly newspaper published in Luleå, Sweden from May 1921 to April 1924. Sven Linderot was the editor of the p...
Liberal Youth of Sweden
The Liberal Youth of Sweden (Swedish: Liberala ungdomsförbundet, LUF) is the youth wing of the Swedish Liberal People's Party (Swedish: Folkpartiet liberalerna).The Liberal Youth of Sweden has...
Liberal Youth of Sweden - Wikipedia
Swedish general election, 2006, computer infringement affair
The 2006 Swedish election espionage affair, in daily media sometimes called Leijongate, which is created from Watergate and the liberal party leader Lars Leijonborg, was a series of computer break-ins...
Swedish general election, 2006, computer infringement affair - Wikipedia