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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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Who knows why we fight? George knows.

  In the early days of this blog, we published a series of posts about George Lakoff’s views on wars between values and nations; we revisit some of those posts today. Lakoff is an activist cognitive psychologist/linguist who devotes great … Continue reading

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Conservative and liberal world views

One of the theorists to be considered in greater detail in later posts is George Lakoff. We introduce several of his main ideas here because they are relevant to how readers are likely to respond to this blog; specifically, Lakoff … Continue reading

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