Swedish labor economist Rudolf Meidner spent his career pushing radical reforms that would shift power from business to workers.
Peter Gowan is a Dublin-based writer and researcher concerned with economics, inequality, and social movements.
The overriding aim of democratic socialist strategy is to weaken the power of business, before breaking with capitalism entirely.
In the 1970s, the Swedish labor movement developed a plan to gradually socialize ownership. What can we learn from it today?