Optimism May Have Its Detractors, But It's Still The American Norm

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In retrospectives last week on Ronald Reagan, “optimism” was written so often that efficient journalists must have had the word on a save-get key. One might infer from this that Reagan’s optimism was out of the ordinary. Instead, a new Harris Poll makes it clear that personal optimism is more the rule than the exception in the U.S.

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