What life is like for the average teenager living in Sweden

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The class of High School students from Sweden, who stopped by the WMNF studios during a sailing field trip around the Caribbean.

BY Rob Lorei

Recently, there has been much discussion about democratic socialism as practiced in Sweden, Norway, Finland and other European countries that also rank high in standards of education, healthcare, and standards of living. On Radioactivity Tuesday,we talk to a class of Swedish high school students, who are visiting the US and the Caribbean as part of a trip with their sailing school, about the Swedish approach to healthcare and education, and their impressions of the US and its politics.

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