This is a question to the student who stated that "in Sweden, you are not over-burdened". I'm a bit confused because I really do not understand what aspect of Swedish society you were talking about. In the sense that Sweden is a rich country, you are correct. The population does not have to struggle as much for its livelihood as people in other countries. But just like the U.S, Sweden is a class-society which means that certain groups have to pay a higher price than others. Can you explain how you were thinking, and what you were referring to? This is definitely an important and interesting question. I see the debate as pertaining to class structures and not nationalities.
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