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  • Why Trump, Why Now?

    Why Trump, Why Now?

    Editor’s note: In this interview, we look at social mood’s profound impact on politics in the U.S. today. It is not our goal to judge the beliefs, but to dispassionately assess how mood drives them. When Donald Trump announced he was running for president in June 2015, many traditional pundits […]

     
  • Why Trump, Why Now? The Violent Death of Political Correctness

    Why Trump, Why Now? The Violent Death of Political Correctness

    By Robert Folsom | Adapted from the March 2016  Socionomist The conventional narrative on 2016 US presidential candidate Donald Trump is that he has succeeded despite his rejection of political correctness. Here, Robert Folsom explains that Trump has in large part succeeded because of it. Trump gives voice to the political discontent that flows from negative […]

     
  • 2016 Presidential Cam-PAIN Trail: Why Now?

    2016 Presidential Cam-PAIN Trail:
    Why Now?

    When you consider the phenomenon we call “social mood,” the time is just right for a period of radical politics.

     
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  • Alan Hall’s 2013 Summit Presentation

    Alan Hall spoke at the Social Mood Conference on April 13, 2013. Watch Hall’s full presentation, “A Socionomic View of Epidemic Disease,” which includes a fascinating description of the bear market that led to the most important paradigm shift in the history of medical science.   Alan Hall is a […]

     
  • [Video] Alan Hall’s 2013 Summit Presentation

    April 13, 2013

     
  • [Mood Riffs] Much Ado Over The Fed

    [Mood Riffs] Much Ado Over The Fed

    The media was abuzz on June 19: “Fed Statement Looms” — “Uncertainty at Fed Over