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Social Liberal or Radical Left Party of Denmark
The party's scores, by year, from 1950 to 1990 on basic variables describing its
External Relations
Internal Organization

Issue Orientation
5.01

Government Ownership of Means of Production

5.02

Government Role in Economic Planning

5.03

Redistribution of Wealth

5.04

Social Welfare

5.05

Secularization of Society

5.06

Support of the Military

5.07

Alignment with East/West Blocs

5.08

Anticolonialism

5.09

Supranational Integration

5.10

National Integration

5.11

Electoral Participation

5.12

Protection of Civil Rights

5.13

Interference with Civil Liberties

5.14/
5.15

State Department Left-Right Rating

Soviet Expert Left-Right Rating

5.16

Immigration

5.17

Rights of Women

5.18

Industrial Relations

5.19

Environmental Policy

Organizational Complexity
8.01

Structural Articulation

8.02

Intensiveness of Organization

8.03

Extensiveness of Organization

8.04

Frequency of Local Meetings

8.05

Frequency of National Meetings

8.06

Maintaining Records

8.07

Pervasiveness of Organization

Organizational Power
9.01

Nationalization of Structure

9.02

Selecting the National Leader

9.03

Selecting Parliamentary Candidates

9.04

Allocating Funds

9.05

Formulating Policy

9.06

Controlling Communications

9.07

Administering Discipline

9.08

Leadership Concentration

Coherence
10.01

Legislative Cohesion

10.02

Ideological Factionalism

10.03

Issue Factionalism

10.04

Leadership Factionalism

10.05

Strategic or Tactical Factionalism

These concepts come from the framework in Kenneth Janda, Political Parties: A Cross-National Survey. For detailed explanations of these selected concepts and their indicator variables, see