Sweden Tommy Henninger 5th

Sweden is a similar country to the United States. There are cities with lots of people, and there are small mountain towns aswell. sweden is 173,860 sqaure miles and consists of about 9.9 million people.

Being 15 in Sweden would be hard to change, but full of unknown, because of a monarchy government, and cities packed full of people.

Living crammed up in a city and not getting the best natural experience is not the most exciting life to live.

86 percent of swedes live in major cities. (Sweden.se)

Being crammed in a city is they way they live, they need to experience to wild. Living an adventure and creating a new life is yet to come.

Being 15 in Sweden would be hard to change, but full of unknown, because of a monarchy government, and cities packed full of people.

Young swedes do not have to worry about a new president being elected. The royal family always take the new role, it's not a matter of who will be the king, it's when the next aire takes the role.

Sweden is a monarchy. (Sweden.se)

No presidential elections eliminates a major decision a young swede has to make, and not just young people, every body. They don't have to worry about parties, or even a new guy, it is just like saying there is no decision for the people.

Sweden is very similar to the US, Packed cities and open wilderness yet to be explored. Their government allows no problems with untrustworthy presidential candidates (2016 Election) and the people's decision for a ruler is made for them, whether they like it or not.

Through this process, of identifying judgement, learned that swedes have a very similar life to us except for the fact that the us is more wild and spread.

People in sweden don't really live wild. Here in steamboat, we are wild. Even the people here in cities are wild, they just have to travel. The swedes should do the same.

There are 9.9 million people in sweden, 86% of them live in cities. They have plenty of space to move around the country, they just need to move around.

“Sweden.se | The Official Site of Sweden.” Sweden.se, sweden.se/.

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