"Right now, I'd rather be in Sweden than in the U.S. because we have seen the problems and are moving away from the welfare state. On your side of the Atlantic you are moving right into it, and you risk destroying your country."
(1932-) Swedish industrialist and politician, member of the Swedish parliament from 1991 to 1994
by Paul Klebnikov, "The Swedish Disease," Forbes, May 24, 1993.
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