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Segregation, and slightly higher crime rates among immigrants didn't appear until after 1990, when Sweden abolished full employment policies.
This correlates with the rise of extreme right more than any other factor: this is also the case in France, and, I suspect, in most European countries.

Unlike the neolibs with their "job insecurity is good for you" and the socialists who've been emulating them for the past there decades, the far right parties have made full employment one of their main planks (this and the expected racism).

by Bernard on Sun Sep 9th, 2018 at 09:16:55 AM EST

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