Groups are capable of being as moral and inteligent as the individuals who form them; a crowd is chaotic, has no purpose of its own, and is capable of anything except inteligent action and realistic thinking. Assembled in a crowd, people lose their powers of reasoning and their capacity for moral choice.
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Biography
Profession:
Novelist
Nationality:
English
Born:
July 26, 1894
Died:
November 22, 1963