De teloorgang van het poldermodel
Een verhaal van winnaars en verliezers
The myth was that, If there is one field in which the polder model prevailed, it would have to be the water management. Yet even there the historiography is evolving in the opposite direction: already in the 2000s, it was demonstrated that many polders and water boards were by no means paragons of consultation and participation, and that, if such participation existed, it declined considerably in importance from the late Middle Ages onwards. Just as society was unequal, participation in water management was unequal.
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