"this Year's christmas and holiday is a real nightmare for many employers. For most of us, it may on the other hand, be really many nice, free days. Of course, they can be used to eat ham, spending time with family, or make snow angels if you live in a part of the country where it works.nMen when you are tired of the ribs, histories, and wet mittens, it is not a bad idea to settle down in the easy chair, turn on a light while the darkness descends and read a good book.nLedarredaktionen have compiled a small list with tips on good helgläsning just for you."
"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"Years with Erlander of Olle Svenning (Albert Bonnier Publishing house)"
"Many authors felt prompted to write about 1968 in the year. Fifty years have passed since the fabled year when gatustenar flew in Paris, Palme spoke for the protesters Stockholmsstudenter and the Soviets invaded Prague."
"It was also the year when the social democrats won their latest and probably the last election as a majority government. Olle Svenning tells in his biography about the years as a young speech writer to prime minister Tage Erlander until 1968. The job was Svennings very first and he may, in special mission to ensure that the prime minister is up to date with the latest in literature. Erlander discipline, bilding and brilliance contributed certainly to the that he could stay on the statsministerposten in record-breaking 23 years.nFår you wish for a bit more of Erlander political espri and cultural engagement in the social democrat party in 2019? Jonna Sima"
"Find of the Agnes Lidbeck (.)"
"It is so sadly telling that it will be fun. The main character Anna gives birth to a child, wandering around on the BB and wonder if the men would like to have her. She changes diapers in an empty apartment and imagines that she will be observed by the men she's been dating or known. She acquires a lover and care for him during the string, and consumer discipline. "
"The cold war: The spies. The lies. The truth. by John Lewis Gaddis (Penguin)"
"professor of history John Lewis Gaddis argues in his book, of the cold war that this halvsekellånga conflict between the western powers and the communist countries were more rational than you might think. The experience of the second world war made a segermakterna acted in ways which for them was reasonable. After Hitler wanted the Soviet union to secure their borders and the united states to defend Western europe. And both wanted to spread their political agenda."
"So they started building weapons that they did not dare to use, and the war ceased to be a political instrument. During the cold war, the world's largest militärmakter look hunsas of the smaller states and humiliated in guerrilla warfare."
"in 1991, it was all over and in over 40 years, the world had been concerned over a kärnvapenkatastrof that never came. Daniel Swedin"
"Poltava by Peter Englund (Nature and Culture)."
"Rehnskiöld, Lewenhaupt, Creutz, and Hamilton, Roos - all adelskalendern stood in the summer heat in 1709, erected at Poltava in the Ukraine. Krigarkonungen himself, Karl XII, was damaged."
"There and then ended up in Sweden being a great power, and this year, Peter Englund," the magnificent ”in Poltava – the story of an army destruction” was re-released. The necessary, historical facts and details is the policy of the. In particular, when various dårfinkar to the right celebrates ”hjältekonungen” and celebrates the 300 year anniversary of his death. Englund tells us about discipline, the penalties, the diseases, the plagues, the usual soldatlivet that followed the glory trail. Karl XII was envåldshärskaren who let the people starve. In 2018, we should probably celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the democratic breakthrough in instead. Anders Lindberg"
"Far out on the right describes the feminist movement as a threat to men. "
"That significantly more men than women commit suicide, is devoid of a close friend, are more vulnerable to violence of other men and have a shorter life expectancy. The book "
"A readable and thought-provoking book that ultimately provides a better society. Pernilla Ericson"
"the Darktown of Thomas Muller (History, media)"
"It is not the act that gets the Darktown to stand out. We are talking about a crime novel. Corrupt cops, drawn 45's and smockan in the air. Moonshine liquor and a young female body dumped among avskrädet on a vacant lot.the distance that gets the story to get caught up is the environment - the city of Atlanta in the american south - and the time - the story is set in 1948.nPrecis all imbued with racism. The police officers belong to the Ku Klux Klan. Colored lynchas as if it was obvious. And at the same time the beginning of the resistance so carefully.the distance is less than a lifetime ago.nEgentligen makes the current debate even more daunting. Ingvar Persson"