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The “Just Enough” Policy: Behavioral Control of Collective Protest through Minimum Reward, Part 1 of a 3-part series

By Anthony Marsella, Ph.D. What does it take? What does it take to awaken the American (USA) people to the egregious political, economic, and moral abuses and violations of their Constitutional rights and privileges? What does it take for the … Continue reading

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Global Resources and Challenges for 2016 ©

guest author: Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. The new calendar year is upon us . . . in every sense of the word!  We use the New Year as an opportunity for renewal — a chance for a fresh start. We … Continue reading

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“Lone” gunman? Think again.

Jared Loughner’s deadly attack on innocent civilians in Tucson, Arizona, was morally reprehensible. Maybe he is mentally ill, but he is also the product of a society with an enormous tolerance for violence. He may be considered a “lone” gunman, … Continue reading

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