Analysis of 98 countries against four indexes indicate that countries with strong rule of law have more success in life, liberty and happiness for citizens
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We're all happy to be Americans, but NewsChannel 9 finds out how we rank with the rest of the world. Here are the five happiest countries, according to the World Happiness Report. Source: WSYR ABC 9 Syracuse -
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