Mar 29, 2019
In today's world, most of us experience a greater perceived polarization than at any time in memory. But are we more polarized than during the Vietnam War and the CivilRights Movement? What about the Macarthy Era and the "search for communists in the US? And how 'bout during the Civil War?
That said we often see those that have views different from ours as "lying". On today's Psych with Mike, we explore why people lie, or at least why we think they do.
To save you the time here is a link to information on the War of Jenkin's Ear. You'll find out why when you listen.