When you look at charts about the social conditions of Denmark, you have to ask why we shouldn't want to be like Denmark.
In Denmark, it appears that the lives of all their citizens matter; in the USA, not so much. In the US, black lives have not mattered and do not matter now.
If Black Lives Mattered in the United States, we would not accept the rates of childhood poverty that we have. We would not want to punish single mothers. If Black Lives Mattered, we would not think that all proposed social welfare policies are plots and scams. We would not be obsessed with the distinction between the deserving and the undeserving poor.
The difference between Denmark and the United States is not that we are an "entrepreneurial" nation and they are not. The difference is that the USA is paralyzed by institutional racism and all its rationalizations and ideological requirements.