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  • [Article] The Developing European Tinderbox: The EU Appears Set to Go Up in Flames

    [Article] The Developing European Tinderbox: The EU Appears Set to Go Up in Flames

    Brian Whitmer, editor of Elliott Wave International’s European Financial Forecast, teams up with The Socionomist to deliver an arresting account of the social climate in Europe and shows how negative social mood is driving apart the economies and politics of the European Union. His analysis shows compelling socionomic parallels between early America and modern Europe, warning of the largest threat to European solidarity since World War II.

     
  • Will You Make the Cut? Pro-Eugenics Ideas May Resurface As Negative Mood Deepens

    Will You Make the Cut? Pro-Eugenics Ideas May Resurface As Negative Mood Deepens

    Alan Hall reveals how the large mood fluctuations shaped the eugenics movement in America and abroad and how it not only changes people’s valuation of financial and other assets — it changes how humans value others. Hall puts the pieces of the puzzle together and makes a startling forecast for a resurging ideology most believe to be dead.

     
  • [Article] Congress Gets Angry During Social Mood Declines

    [Article] Congress Gets Angry During Social Mood Declines

    The coming trend of negative social psychology will be characterized primarily by polarization between and among various perceived groups, whether political, ideological, religious, geographical, racial or economic.

     
  • [Article] The New Global Bull Market in Socialism

    [Article] The New Global Bull Market in Socialism

    Extremes in negative social mood portend a rise in socialist literature and a desire for the power over people.