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Very useful post, thanks. I gather that "Svenska Dagbladet" is a cut above the others ?
by balbuz on Mon Feb 19th, 2007 at 12:04:32 PM EST
I think they are in many ways. They are one of the most rightwing in their editorial page but has generally a better (more fact-based) reporting then the rest.

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by A swedish kind of death on Mon Feb 19th, 2007 at 12:19:59 PM EST
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"Dagens Nyheter" used to be good too in the fact department, but they have been going downhill. So has Svenska Dagbladet, but not as much.

Dagens Nyheter have an even more insane editorial page* than "Svenska Dagbladet", whose rampant neoliberalism is at least sometimes reined in by conservatism, or maybe it's just common sense. Except when they start mumbling about "idédebatt", ideas debate, that is plain neoliberal ideology, something the Swedish people has been rather resistant too, only electing a rightwing government after they promised not to be more neoliberal than the socialists were.

* including as a columinst stark raving mad neocon-zionist former vice pm Per Ahlmark.

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by Starvid on Mon Feb 19th, 2007 at 05:44:30 PM EST
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