Jacob Christensen

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It’s not that there isn’t anything to write about Danish politics – the bizarre angles to the story about Troels Lund Poulsen’s attempts to undermine Helle Thorning Schmidt prove my friend Carsten Fogh Nielsen’s claim that it can ALWAYS get more absurd and the government’s attempts to save face in the unemployment insurance mess both merit blog posts, but for the moment I am very busy preparing this autumn’s teaching.

Still, when the dead-serious Monkey Cage blog linked to this (original here), I simply had to share it with those of you who do not follow me on Twitter or Facebook.1

And now my question is: How would you rank the chances of the Danish prime ministers since 1848 in a similar fight?

  1. I would definitively go for Nixon as a likely candidate, followed by Lyndon B. Johnson []

Written by Jacob Christensen

September 4th, 2012 at 2:33 pm

Posted in Political science etc.,Politics

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