When asked if he can mention a single example of a country where socialism has worked, Bernie Sanders always says “we should look to countries like Sweden.” Sooner or later, American socialists always return to Sweden. There’s a good reason for that: The countries socialists originally tout always end up with bread lines and labor camps. But there’s always Sweden: decent, well-functioning, nonthreatening, and with impeccable democratic credentials. There’s just one problem: Sweden is not socialist. On July 15, the Thomas Jefferson Institute sponsored another in its Federal Policy Dinner series, this month featuring CATO Institute Senior Fellow Johan Norberg on “Sweden’s Lessons for America.” You won’t want to miss it. (first 60 seconds missing).