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Välfärdsstaten träder fram: Svensk socialförsäkring 1884-1955

  title={V{\"a}lf{\"a}rdsstaten tr{\"a}der fram: Svensk socialf{\"o}rs{\"a}kring 1884-1955},
  author={P. Edebalk},
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