The Politics of Comparative Unhappiness

The Politics of Comparative Unhappiness

There are 1 comment on the Psychology Today story from Jan 26, 2013, titled The Politics of Comparative Unhappiness. In it, Psychology Today reports that:

No one likes unemployment. On balance, however, most Americans would like to see more jobs for everyone, although they disagree about how to achieve this goal.

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