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> Something I wish to share,
> " Conservatives do have more nightmares "
> Right- winged folks have three times more risk to have nightmares than
> who are left- winged.
> That claims the American Kelly Bulkeley.
> He analysed during the last four years 56 students and saw " striking "
> differences between conservatives ( Republicans) and progressives ( Demo-
> Half of the dreams which the conservatives had were nightmares.
> By the democrates it was not up to one fifth.
> According to Bulkeley conservatives are more occupied with_ real or not
> dangers and they are searching ways to defend themselves.
> " So a political ideology is very appealing because one stands for a
> army and traditional values. "
> Left- winged folk see at night more often relatives and friends, but also
> " weird images ".
> Any comments on this one !?>
Very interesting, but I can't help being a bit sarcastic in saying
there's very little ideologically different between the Republicans and
Democrats, and I didn't think there were any left-wing people in America
(apart from Noam Chomsky and Warren Beatty) so maybe other factors account
for these differences. (Maybe the Republicans are all feeling increasingly
guilty about voting for Bush?)
The study clearly needs to spread out and include Greens and Militia
types for example, to see if the pattern persists. I would in fact expect
the more ideological and radical people, on both left and right, to have
more nightmares, either through persistent stress over the state of the
world and/or paranoia about the state of the world.
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