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Why do some Europeans want to move to U.S?

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I love Europe and Europeans and am a confirmed Anglophile. Born and raised in California (northern) I travel across the pond when I can. I dream of living in England or a beautiful European city and have various reasons why this seems like a good idea. I make comparisons with the U.S. and frequently we come out unfavorably. Don't get me wrong, I love where I live and feel that my quality of life is exceptional in comparison to some others in the world, however, I can't help wishing Americans valued the arts more and had more sense when it comes in health insurance. Of course there's more. So, I'm curious as to why Europeans move to this country. Any views? BMK

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