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I love finding books where the characters are good models of respectful, kind behavior without having to err in the other direction first. In this book, the sisters are shown finding the many ways they can share and help each other. It is short and sweet, but a great sibling book to remind kids of all the great things their siblings can do and be.
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Both groups rise to power through the exploitation of fear. Sometimes the fear derives from a pre-existing threat.
At other times, crises are created or intensified to invoke a sense of panic and anxiety where none previously existed. This pattern is as predictable as it is destructive.
The end result is the same: a loss of liberty. Policies that are costly, oppressive, and harmful are supported by people who abandon any interest in freedom or personal responsibility in hopes of feeling safe.
Manufactured fear, with its negative impact on liberty, is a societal plague. There have been widespread casualties.
Feardom offers its readers a much-needed immunization. To understand why fear is often exploited, you need to first understand how fear operates in the brain. Why is rational thinking suppressed by powerful emotional influences?
Is there a way to stop it? Historical uses of fear Tyrants throughout the world's history have used psychological warfare to advance their agenda, with great success. The book discusses historical events that were used to promote policies that restrict freedom so that we can hopefully learn from the past.
Fear as a weapon Why do politicians use fear as a tool to scare their constituents and generate support for costly, dangerous, and even deadly policies?
And if fear is a weapon, what should be our defensive strategy? A complicit media Do media institutions report the news with necessary context, or simply engage in informative fearmongering? Learn about instances in which the media suppressed the truth to push an agenda, and how you can respond.