What Happened to Sweden? – While America became the only Superpower. [Pdf Kindle]
E election of 1998 was a competition between 7 Social Democratic partiesNilson goes through the difference between Sweden and the US Covering history economics systems and political system He discusses the redundancy of the highly "taxed citizen asking for subsidies and welfare in return A system ensured to crush the spirit and "citizen asking for subsidies and welfare in return A system ensured to crush the spirit and economic mobilityAlways thought that Sweden is looked by leftists through rose colored glasses Socialism works But at what cost This book is a good attempt at removing them I found this book at a Scandinavian festival
"At The Publisher S Booth Given That Sweden Has Been "the publisher s booth Given that Sweden has been by politicians and pundits in the USA as a great example of how a country should be I decided to educate myselfThis was a fascinating look at two countries America rose while inward looking policies meant Sweden lost a lot of its prestige Nilson who has spent time in both countries takes time to compare them at various points in time and points out how Sweden hides behind lies and hidden truthsNilson believes that Sweden s neutrality is false and uses political uotes to support that The country appears Self to victory over difficulties and hardships; it offers a dissident's view of Sweden a compelling sometimes chilling look at where his native homeland is headin. Interesting comparison between society politics in Sweden and the United States I Have To Give This to give this 5 stars because it is structured well written entertaining and it brings the topic to the point in less than 200 pagesIt covers the political historical events in regards to Sweden starting by the discovery of "America in 1492 up to our days prior to the Obama election in the US in 2008 It confronts "in 1492 up to our days prior to the Obama election in the US in 2008 It confronts with the development of the United States during the same period to become the 1st country in the world while Sweden went the opposite way from being a forward looking power in the 16th century to become an insignificant country nobody cares about todayThe author is very critical with the scandinavian social democracy that has ruled Sweden during large part of the 20th century I would sumarize his believe in one uote It is a country where the citizens all for one and one for all look after each other like the members of a good and loving family where the head which is the government decides what is good for everybody I have to say that I have read this same criticism from other authors like. Renowned World Correspondent Ulf Nilson one of Sweden's most well nown journalists journeys through he histories of his two countries his native Sweden and Americ. ,
The English writer Michael Booth in his book Almost Nearly Perfect People which I also In that book M Booth writes Social security creates lay down Nearly Perfect People which I also recommend In that book M Booth writes Social security creates lay down Social democracy undermines people diversity It touches controversial topics nowadays like inmigration and integration religious culture race believes hypocrite neutrality feminism working law and unions or liberalism vs comunism and socialism It is worth reading it Ulf Nilson makes a comparative history of Sweden and America and explains its different While Sweden could have been a powerhouse with its early military conuests it over stretched itself and collapsed into a country that now is hardly nown or exerts any influence in the world stageNilson mostly lays the blame of Sweden s mediocrity on its later isolationism and policies instituted by the Social Democrats It s interesting to read an actual right wing perspective of Sweden from a Swede What I mean by saying this is illustrated by a disillusioned complaint "BY GUNNAR STR MMER OF THE MUF MODERATE YOUTH "Gunnar Str mmer of the MUF Moderate Youth when the right of center parties lost control of the Riksdag in 1998Th. A where he lived for twenty years In this extensively researched book Nilson explores the dynamics of his second home country America which will ultimately lead it.