Politicians and ballplayers are superstitious…keep that in mind.

Superstition drives Democratic Centrism

Most elected officials and party leaders fear their own shadows — that is the unconsidered problem.

Edward Gmelch, an anthropologist and former minor-league first-baseman wrote about magic and superstition among baseball players. In short, the more uncertain the outcome of a player’s performance, the more players rely on rituals…

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A progressive activist for 30 years who takes problems apart to see how they tick. Author of A Progressive Art of War https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578551047

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Eric Hensal

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A progressive activist for 30 years who takes problems apart to see how they tick. Author of A Progressive Art of War https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578551047

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