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48(5 iv. education and mental culture.

Table 72. Number of Newspapers and Periodicals published in Sweden.

During the whole period During the years mentioned below


Political, news- and advertise- 1645-991700—99 1800 18SO 1850 1880 1890 1900 1910
men t papers:–-

Appearing once a week..........7 66 10 24 45 68 145 118 140

» . twice » ..........1 36 5 17 25 74 76 92 107

» three times > ..........— 4 5 6 4 27 59 64 71

four »> ..........— 1 — 1— 3 8 18 16

six » » ..........— 13 1 6 6 11 22 49 72

» seven » » ..........— — — — — — 5 7 8

• twelve » > ..........— — — — — — 1 2 —

Total 8 120 21 54 80 183 316 350 414

General and Literary Periodicals ... 1 122 3 3 16 22 33 30 44
Theological and improving » . . . . — 13 — 1 13 25 50 68 100
Other special periodicals..............88 21 41 61 114 204 285 459

Total 9 343 45 99 170 344 ] 603 733 1017

Note. According to the statistics given by B. Lundstedt.

The majority of the Swedish newspapers represent distinct shades of political
opinion and can, on the whole, be grouped according to the political
organizations (see above, The Political Parties, p. 207). The leading Moderate or
Conservative newspapers are: Stockholms Dagblad (founded 1824)1, Nya Dagligt
Allehanda (Stockholm 1859), Norrköpings Tidningar (1758), Östgöta
Correspon-denten (Linköping, 1838), Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snällposten (Malmö, 1848),
Sundsvalls-Posten (1853), Göteborgs Aftonblad (1888), Göteborgs Morgonpost
(1896), Halland (Halmstad, 1875), Helsingborgs-Posten (1887), Helsingborgs
Dagblad (1884), Skånska Aftonbladet (Malmö, 1880), Lunds Dagblad (1774), Nya
Skånska Posten Kristianstads läns tidning (1830), Kalmartidningen Barometern
(1841), Smålandsposten (Växjö, 1866), Borås Tidning (1838), Örebro Dagblad
(1900), Uppsala (1845), Hernösandsposten (1842). — Svenska Dagbladet (1884) can
be counted as one of the moderate papers since 1914. — Svenska Morgonbladet
(1890) works with the moderate papers on Free Church principles. Aftonbladet
(Stockholm 1830) and Dagen (Stockholm 1896) occupy an intermediate position
between the Moderates and the Liberals. — Amongst the newspapers that support
the liberal party may be mentioned: Dagens Nyheter (1864), Stockholms-Tidningen
(1889), Aftontidningen (1909), Göteborgs Händels- och Sjöfartstidning (1832),
Göteborgsposten (1858), Karlstadstidningen (1884), Skånska Dagbladet (Malmö,
1888), Bohuslänningen (Uddevalla, 1879), Borås Dagblad (1907, 08), Vestmanlands
Läns Tidning (1831), Nerikes Tidningen (öiebro, 1896), Nerikes Allehanda (1843),
Uppsala Nya Tidning (1890), Gefle Dagblad (1895), Öresunds Posten
(Hälsingborg, 1848), Folkets Tidning (Lund, 1856), Östgöten (Linköping, 1873),
Sundsvalls Tidning (1841), Vesternorrland? Allehanda (Härnösand, 1874), Norrbottens
Kuriren (Luleå, 1861). — The Social Democratic Party in Sweden has
proportionately more newspapers than in most other countries. Among them may be
mentioned: Social-Demokraten (1885), Arbetet (Malmö, 1887), Ny Tid
(Gothenburg, 1892), Skånska Socialdemokraten (Hälsingborg, 1907), Östergötlands
Folkblad (Norrköping, 1905), Arbetarebladet (Gävle, 1902), and Nya Samhället
(Sundsvall, 1900).

Of the 289 political news- and advertisement papers that appeared in 1914

1 The papers published in the capital, and a few provincial papers that have a
considerable circulation over the whole country, are printed in italics.

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