Are libertarians too quick to argue that “after all, Sweden is really very capitalist, so you can’t use it against us”? One author thinks so. This episode looks more closely at the Sweden story to make sense of it from a libertarian perspective.
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“Socialism in Sweden, Part 1,” by Sven Larson
“Socialism in Sweden, Part 2,” by Sven Larson
“Socialism in Sweden, Part 3,” by Sven Larson
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