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"Whenever you're in a stress situation yourself - and there's time, of course - do exactly as you would do when you project yourself into on you're observing. Let your mind fall free, let whatever thoughts and images that surface fall free, let whatever thoughts and images that surface come cleanly. Try not to exercise any mental discipline. Be a sponge; concentrate on everything and nothing. Specifics may come to you, certain repressed conduits electrically prodded into functioning." Chapter 6, p. 79.

"Nothing makes a man more nationalistic than to think his country's owned by foreigners. He can adjust in time to losing a war - that only means the enemy was stronger - but to lose his economy means the enemy was smarter." Chapter 10, p. 148.

-"Seems there's a lot of maneuvering in the world of high finance these days."
-"More than usual. The trouble is no one...

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