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Popular psychology is a mass of cant, of slush and of superstition worthy of the most flourishing days of the medicine man.
John Dewey The Public and Its Problems
Once I thought that we would move beyond the Learned Pig and Lady Pignose, the patent medicine, the medicine show, the wives tale and the shysters sleight of hand. Then I look out and see what is, to my eyes, a decline back toward those days. But then, those days are always these days for we are still human and must follow our nature.