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  1. 14. Juni 2013 · In the CDU's case, cross-cutting external pressures on its social market model have undercut a long dominant internal factional coalition, which has made way for shifting, ad hoc internal alliances under a leadership only vaguely committed to the classic Christian Democratic welfare state, yet leery of fully abandoning it. Since 2000 ...

    • Clayton Marc Clemens
    • 2013
  2. 6. Nov. 2011 · Within Christian Democracy, we have observed a shift of political authority from the conservative wing of the CDU/CSU (the strongest proponents of the male breadwinner model) to the liberal wing of the party, with a new generation of policy-makers behind the modernization of family policies. However, the political authority of the ...

    • Timo Fleckenstein
    • 2011
  3. These concepts of sphere sovereignty and subsidiarity are considered cornerstones of Christian Democracy political ideology. [28] Christian Democrats emphasize community, social justice, and solidarity, alongside supporting a welfare state, labor unions, and support for regulation of market forces. [29]

  4. Three Roads to the Welfare State: Liberalism, Social Democracy and Christian Democracy (Bristol, 2021; online edn, Policy Press Scholarship Online, 19 May 2022),, accessed 29 July 2022.

  5. According to Evelyne Huber and John Stephens, different types of welfare states emerged as a result of prolonged government by different parties. They distinguish between social democratic welfare states, Christian democratic welfare states, and "wage earner" states.

  6. Christian Democracy very quickly became a prominent political force in several European countries, though not in Scandinavia or Great Britain. It became influential in European countries with large Catholic populations, other than Spain and Portugal where totalitarian regimes remained in control.