Are those two really so different?
There isn't necessarily a lynching every time a king gets deposed, and there
are certainly too many lynchings that have nothing to do with overthrowing a despot.
But even so, when writing that sentence I get the feeling that the two activities
I chose to name aren't always that different one from the other. Perhaps I should
have added something along the lines of "and just about everything in between"
as a way of showing that I was attempting, apparently not fully successfully,
to show that crowds appear in a wide variety of circumstances.
Go to: Are
crowds really that smart?