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Svensk välfärdssamhälllets framvakst syns tydligast i Norrbotten - efter andra världskriget - små människorna i utkanter - sysselsättningens dagordning / Sven Aspling, Thure Dahlberg, Sigurd Edlert, Gunnar Sträng.

Title: Svensk välfärdssamhälllets framvakst syns tydligast i Norrbotten - efter andra världskriget - små människorna i utkanter - sysselsättningens dagordning / Sven Aspling, Thure Dahlberg, Sigurd Edlert, Gunnar Sträng.
Translated title: Swedish welfare state's growth seen most clearly in Norrbotten - after WW2 - little people on fringes - employment programme.
Author(s): Aspling, Sven.
Dahlberg, Thure.
Edlert, Sigurd.
Sträng, Gunnar.
Date: 1990.
Publisher: [Sweden]: Interculture
Language: Swedish.
In: Nordkalott. Ragnar Lassinanttis perspektiv. (1990.),
Abstract: Ragnar's Norrbotten is seen from standpoints of four interviews with Gunnar Lassinantti. Norrbotten developed differently from rest of Sweden. At one time Communists had nearly 25% of vote, and contest was between them and Social Democrats, not bourgeoisie. Moreover, it is quarter of Sweden's area, with poor communications, harsh climate and very different occupations, e.g. forestry, rivers, mining areas and reindeer herding. Campaign against chronic ills was led by improved housing. Historically and from Laestadianism Norrbotten differed from other border county, Västerbotten. Lassinantti was chosen to lead party because of his energy, learning and Finnish. Third part describes situation in Karesuando - many Saami, population is increasing again after shrinking, and returners bring new skills. Reindeer numbers are highest ever, though herding has altered. Taxed Mountains and rights to hunt and fish are live issues. Cooperation with Norwegian and Finnish towns is active. Last part is interview with long-term finance minister about Norrlands Fund and goal of keeping in county fair proportion of income derived from Norrbotten and for rational, sustainable farming.
Notes:

In: Nordkalott. Ragnar Lassinanttis perspektiv / Kjell Öström, ed.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
36 -- Social welfare.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
622 -- Mining.
634.0 -- Forests and forestry.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
93 -- History.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 109471

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