Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

September 6, 2018

Given the pace of today’s political news, March 2016 is almost-ancient history. Yet that’s when Robert Folsom’s Socionomist article posed the question, “Why Trump, Why Now?” The conventional narrative then was that Donald Trump’s rise was happening despite his rejection of political correctness. Folsom showed that in fact, Trump was succeeding because of it.

If you’ve been asking “How did we get here?”, this article offers an answer that’s more relevant than the day it published.

Read more in this adapted excerpt from the March 2016 Socionomist.


 

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