Originally Posted by Benzo
Name a couple.
First, I want to cut-off any strawman you might attempt to employ. You raised the issue of historical precedent after 'trane referred to checking or curbing free markets. 'trane didn't say he was completely against markets, just when they are detrimental to the health of society. So, in my opinion, the real issue is not whether any country we can name fits your particular definition of socialism, but rather whether it is consistent with 'trane's view on free markets. I would argue that "socialism" as a political term and an economic model has evolved.
With that in mind, take your pick of several european countries. Sweden? Denmark? Finland? All happy places.