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Mar 05, 2009


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It's interesting that the US comes out near the middle on both Y-axes. (Whatever they are: EMB?)

And I have to wonder about France high up on the "individual autonomy" scale. If, as I suspect, that means "more likely to riot and get away with it", then I suppose the rating is fair.

Michael W. Kruse

They have lots of autonomy ... they just don't have any money to act on it with. :-)

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