This is a list of self-identified social democrats or those historically considered social democrats.[clarification needed]


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  2. Martti Ahtisaari: a New Kind of President for an Era of Change by Jaakko Iloniemi
  3. Commission for Racial Equality: Clement Attlee Lecture: Trevor Phillips's speech, 21 April 2005
  4. Eduard Bernstein Reference Archive
  5. Rubén Berríos Martínez
  6. UXL Newsmakers: Rodrigo Borja Cevallos
  7. Encyclopædia Britannica: Willy Brandt
  8. Hjalmar Branting: The Nobel Peace Prize 1921
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 The Canadian Encyclopedia: Social Democracy
  10. [2]
  11. Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Harry Walker Lecturing Agency
  12. Government of Sweden: Governments and Prime Ministers since 1900
  13. BBC News: Profile of Helen Clark
  14. The Canadian Encyclopedia: Social Democracy
  15. Cohen, we willen politici met visie!
  16. "Em 28 anos, Lula troca Marx pela social democracia" ("In 28 years, Lula trades Marx for social democracy"). Diário do Nordeste. June 30, 2006.
  17. Kemal Derviş: Curriculum Vitae
  18. Milovan Djilas's 70th Birthday
  19. DREES, Willem
  20. The Federal Authorities of the Swiss Confederation: Ruth Dreifuss
  21. BBC News: Bulent Ecevit: Survivor finally falls
  22. Encyclopædia Britannica: Tag Erlander
  23. Anthony Giddens: Biography
  24. Voice of America News: Gorbachev Says Russia Reversing Democratic Freedoms, US Acting Unilaterally
  25. Encyclopædia Britannica: Per Albin Hansson
  26. Eurasia Daily Monitor: Ilves wins Estonia's Presidency
  27. History of the Social Democratic Populist Party (of Turkey)
  28. Paul Keating: Australian Launch of the International Year for the World's Indigenous People
  29. George Bush (41) Presidential Library and Museum: The Diary of Friedrich Kellner
  30. Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times: The Left and Economic Policy Since 1980, Ch. 4, p.80
  31. Met Kok; over veranderend Nederland door Piet de Rooy en Henk te Velde
  32. 32.0 32.1 "While Dennis Kucinich and Ralph Nader are depicted on the extreme left in an American context, they would simply be mainstream social democrats within the wider political landscape of Europe." The Political Compass (accessed 29 April 2008).
  33. Everything for Sale: The Virtues and Limits of Markets.
  34. Germany: What is Oskar Lafontaine up to?
  35. New Democratic Party: Jack's Biography
  36. Julius Leber: A Biography
  37. Encyclopædia Britannica: Wilhelm Liebknecht
  38. Mandela is 'greatest political hero'
  39. Encyclopædia Britannica: Olaf Palme
  40. Encyclopædia Britannica: Andreas Papandreou
  41. Encyclopædia Britannica: Göran Persson
  42. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Plekhanov, Georgi Valentinovich
  43. Poul Nyrup Rasmussen
  44. The President of the Republic of Estonia: August Rei
  45. The Guardian: Is this the face of France's first Madame la Présidente?
  46. BBC News: Profile: Manuel Rosales
  47. Encyclopædia Britannica: Giuseppe Saragat
  48. Prime Ministers of New Zealand: Michael Joseph Savage
  49. Ir. W. (Willem) Schermerhorn
  50. CNN: Gerhard Schröder: Upstart at the chancellor's gate, 2000
  51. Encyclopædia Britannica: Throvald Stauning
  52. Jagland steps down
  53. Uyl, Joop den (1919-1987)
  54. CBC: A new brand of Canadian social democracy
  55. José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero: President of the Government and Secretary General of the PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers' Party)
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