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What do Swedes really think of America?

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Sweden's media seems pretty cold towards the US. And yet young Swedes happily queue at McDonald's and Burger King, lap up American film and music, dress in American fashion and increasingly attend American universities. When do they change their minds? And why?

Lori Rees, USA

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