Nope. It's not even on the list.
The top five are Scandinavia plus Iceland, which I'm never sure whether it's Scandinavian or not. But then comes Rwanda and Nicaragua and Ireland -- three places I would not have dreamt could be there -- because come on, genocide and drug cartels and The Troubles and Catholicism? And we are really not better places to live and work than they are?
Sobering and infuriating. Makes me want to rush out and volunteer somewhere, doing something. But what?
I'm currently reading Terry Bisson's 1988 book, "Fire on the Mountain" which is an "Alternate History" novel, about what the world would be like if John Brown's attack on Harper's Ferry had been a success, and slavery had ended so much sooner. This is one of the books I added to my library list because Jo Walton, a favorite author of mine, liked it a lot. And I am really enjoying it. Oddly, I have just returned to the library, the recently published book "The Good Lord Bird", which is also about Harper's Ferry, and Old John Brown. Written from the point of view of a slave boy, who is passing as a girl. Not the other way around. Strange! And, as I said, odd, since I haven't seen a book about this time in history for many years, and here I have two, in the same week.
Hallowe'en coming up! My costume is ready, just needs to be assembled. My apartment building's party is a murder mystery theme, and this year it's Death at the Deadwood Saloon. I'm Poker Alice, a poker dealer with a secret. Should be fun!