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"'My behaviorist Marie says, 'Kids are often frightened of anyone different. They make themselves feel secure by picking on kids who are'" (Page 13-14).

"They had been merging in a neat left-right-left weave, an example of spontaneous self-organization. Then a woman in an SUV with a phone to her ear broke the pattern and threw it all into self-interested chaos. Colin found it very interesting how one small violation of the social order could throw an entire system out of balance" (Page 15).

"Colin didn't like to be touched by anyone, even his parents, although he was tolerant if given proper notice. On some level, he understood their need for contact. He had read about it in a book" (Page 16).

"What is interesting is that the Prisoner's Dilemma is a paradox. Cooperation only benefits an individual player when both players cooperate. Otherwise, cooperation is punished. The paradox is easy...

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