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Submission + - The Psychology Behind G.W. Bush's Decision-Making

An anonymous reader writes: Psychologists John P. Briggs and John P. Briggs II make a highly detailed, convincing (and interesting) case that George W's decisions as president are driven by a deep sense of inadequacy and a fear of being found out. "The senior Bush had been a star baseball player in high school and college, a highperforming student, a war hero, and a successful oil man. ... The son discovered early that he couldn't conceivably measure up to such accomplishments, and we can only imagine his despair ..."

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