This comparative and theoretical account of the heritage and
prospects of socialism in Western Europe characterises socialist
political theory as transformative. Socialists counterpose
objective social appraisal, such as the theory of capitalism, to
implausibly ambitious agents of change - the proletariat or the
interventionist state. This framework of analysis generates a
comparative account of European socialist parties and their
attitudes to international institutions - especially the European
Union - and suggests a favourable prognosis for the future of
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