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Here’s an interesting book about the subject:
Sven Steinmo: The Evolution of Modern States: Sweden, Japan, and the United States. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
The Evolution of Modern States: Sweden, Japan, and the United States (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics)
Hmm, I think the evolutionary paths in the picture should be more zig-zag type. Wasn’t socialism actually a response to the inequality of the Russia of 19th century? How inclusive (caring for everyone) was China before 1948? How about countries in Eastern Europe, did they have nationalism before they were included in the USSR? As we see from these questions, it’s not so simple, for example that socialism was already “innate” in Russian culture – it was more of a response to the capitalist development.
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