Having read (researched) over 600 social-psychology books—some over 900 pages long, with small print (and someone left all the pictures out), to where I could argue in their defense (which I will not, since they are wrong)—I have lectured in liberal universities, explaining the evils of dialectic 'reasoning' (the dialogue process being used to determine right from wrong) only to have the professors (liberal professors) tell (not only me but) the audience (their students) they "could not refute a word I said." The following may be lengthy and involved but if you "bother" your "self" to read it, all of it, you to will not be able to refute the truth. While you might not like hearing it (or in this case reading it) and therefore knowing it, i.e., the truth, you can not refute it.

© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2019