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The Truth About Scandanavian "Socialism"

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Depending on where you get your political news, you’ve probably heard of Scandinavian socialism as either the beacon of hope for the world or the worst thing imaginable. So, which is it?

The truth, as always, is a little more complicated than a simple good or bad. All systems have positives and negatives and Scandinavian countries are no exception.

One thing’s for sure though, many commentators have clearly never set foot in the Nordic region and barely understand the Nordic way of doing things. So, let's set a few things straight!

Havreskjering Fossheim Lindahl.
Havreskjering Fossheim Lindahl.
(Image by Wikipedia (, Author: Axel Lindahl  (1841–1906)   )
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