Economic Analysis of Business Practice
Here's the constant GDP per capita in 2005 dollars for both the United States and Denmark. https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/graph/?g=2wNzIf socialism is *always* bad, why do they still make more money per capita than we do, to the tune of over $1000 per person? I suspect the narrowing of the gap is largely due to the floundering state of the European economy relative to the United State's since the Great Recession, not some pathological flaw in Denmark's mix of capitalism and socialism.
Also worth mentioning is that - by various metrics - the United States is the singularly most progressively taxed country on Planet Earth:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2013/04/05/americas-taxes-are-the-most-progressive-in-the-world-its-government-is-among-the-least/
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