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Subj: Re: Socialism: Cure for America?
Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2009 at 07:30:58 pm EST (Viewed 722 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Socialism: Cure for America?
Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2009 at 06:48:06 pm EST (Viewed 16 times)

    I'm not sure what's got you so confused. I'm not really advocating anything so much as pointing out that I thought it was interesting that Sweden went through something similar. Obviously all countries have had financial issues at one time, but reading that article made me think that lightning has struck twice.

You were advocating that socialism was a "cure of America", or at least wanted to discuss it.

So spoil me, how are the situations similar, as opposed to the fact that both had financial issues? Did Sweden have a great reduction of manufacturing due to the emergence of transforming into a service based economy? Did they have massive regulation and deregulation in major financial fields (banking, housing, etc)?

    According to the article Sweden had a very similiar culture in the early 90's when their economic issues started. So yes, I will indeed keep it in mind, but it doesn't change anything.

What? How was the Swedish culture in the 90s similar to the American one in the 90s? Talk specifics. Your statement there seems to be a complete contradiction.

I'm just asking you to talk with more detail.

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