April 3, 2014

America, We're Not No. 1! We're Not No. 1!

Nicholas Kristof, New York Times

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This Social Progress Index ranks New Zealand No. 1, followed by Switzerland, Iceland and the Netherlands. All are somewhat poorer than America per capita, yet they appear to do a better job of meeting the needs of their people.

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