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12/02/2011

Snake oil, mid-century vintage

by Jeremy Hooper

The most laughable part of the following comes not from noting the number of great changes between now and sixty-eight years ago. No, no -- It's the still-in-place similarities that provide the tragicomedy:

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Trauma as root? Overbearing mother as cause? Change available to those who want it? Alcoholic comparisons? The only real difference is that now, the convenient "explanations" always find their "justification" in religion. They added another layer, but it's all the same baseless root.

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