Study on Social Development of Europe after World War II

Yanping Liu

Abstract


After World War II, Europe, especially western Europe and northern Europe, gradually stepped onto a path of social development that was different from America. Quite a lot of socialistic new factors came into being in the production relations, class relations, income distribution and superstructure, etc, in these countries, so that the capitalism in Europe presented obvious staggered qualitative change, which manifested clear-cut historical transitivity and further deeply reflected that the contemporary capitalism represented by Europe and America presented a double development trend. The social development trend in the almost five decades in Europe also further predicts that it is quietly possible that Europe may step towards another peaceful realization path of transitional socialism that is distinguished from the violent revolution.

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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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