Extraordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds is an early study of crowd psychology by scottish journalist charles mackay first published in 1841 the book was published in three volumes national delusions peculiar follies and philosophical delusions mackay was an accomplished teller of stories though he wrote in a . Like this watch my video about how social media affects the way we behave https googl t06fmc share on facebook https googl avobr6 follow me . I have to confess whilst reading the book i caught myself being excited by the promises hopes desires of the alchemist i was a little bit shocked because all they had said had been what i wanted to hear. Contents vol i national delusions the mississippi scheme the south sea bubble the tulipomania relics modern prophecies popular admiration for great thieves. Extraordinary popular delusions and madness of the crowds by charles mackay 1814 1889 charles mackay was a scottish poet journalist author anthologist novelist and songwriter remembered mainly for his book extraordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds
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