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Published on Apr 19, 2011
(Part 1 of 3) Dr. Barry Glassner's 2000 book "The Culture of Fear: Why Americans are Afraid of the Wrong Things" documented meticulously that as a society, our perceptions are very often contrary or completely out of proportion to facts and the truth—from fears of air travel and razor blades in Halloween candy, to killer germs, child abductions, road rage, and crime. From the Truth-Driven Thinking.com archives is this 2005 interview conducted by Truth-Driven Thinking.com's Stephen L. Gibson—which is as relevant today as it was then. For more information on how to join a learning community in search of truth about how the world really works—vs. how we believe it works or want it to work—visit www.truthdriventhinking.com