Social democracy therefore had the function of “harmonisation of interests,” the “pacification and harmonisation of class struggle.” In such a context, in which working-class struggles seemed to confront the state directly, preserving consent as the primary mechanism of democratic rule became a central problem – the increasing state use of media, its attention to shaping cultural representations and intervening in the meanings they constructed, was directed towards shaping and transforming a “consensus on values.” During a crisis of hegemony, such consensus could not be taken for granted; the crisis constituted “a moment of profound rupture in the political and economic life of a society, an accumulation of contradictions…when the whole basis of political leadership and cultural authority becomes exposed and contested.” Conservative governments also participated in the postwar management of consensus, which operated on broadly the same mechanisms despite the alternating electoral fortunes of the parties.
This conclusion is supported by low mineralization of thermal fluids characterized by the extremely minor role of chlorides.
Individual volcanic centres are characterized by powers of the order of cal/sec, the fluctuations in which coincide with changes of the character of the productivity.
Deep temperatures are 300–700°C higher than in stable structures of the oceanic bottom.
This may prove one of the factors responsible for lowering of the “mantle” velocities of P- waves observed beneath Iceland.
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