by Robert Folsom
Updated: October 13, 2017
Suppose YOU had a single framework that allowed you to understand why certain candidates win elections and why nations go to war. And why a country's internal politics can be peaceful one minute and beset with strikes, protests and terrorism the next. Such is the value of Socionomic Causality in Politics. In a paradigm-shifting work, Robert Prechter and fellow contributors unveil why politics frequently confound even the most brilliant pollsters, historians, politicians, social scientists and the media -- and how you can understand and sometimes even anticipate political changes with one simple shift in your perspective.