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  • "There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin," laments Linus van Pelt in a 1961 Peanuts comic strip. Yet in today's hyperpartisan political climate, religion and politics are obsessively debated, while the "American people" that politicians and reporters constantly refer to seem hopelessly divided. Meanwhile, psychologists are increasingly exploring the political arena, examining not just the ideological differences, but also the numerous factors - temperamental, developmental, biological, and situational - that contribute to the formation and maintenance of partisan political beliefs.

    Although it’s only mid-August, ripening gourds of perhaps 30 or more pounds already can be seen scattered among a leafy patch that even Linus Van Pelt would find difficult to pass up this Halloween.

  • in Baltimore. And . Linus Van Pelt did it over and over again. So what would really happen if an outfielder caught a home run ball on the wrong side of the fence?

    Linus van Pelt is a character in 's . The best friend of , Linus is also the younger brother of and older brother of . He first appeared on September 19, 1952, but was not mentioned by name until three days later. He was first referenced two months earlier, on July 14. Linus spoke his first words in 1954, the same year he was shown with his .

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  • Linus van Pelt is a character in 's . The best friend of , Linus is also the younger brother of and older brother of . He first appeared on September 19, 1952, but was not mentioned by name until three days later. He was first referenced two months earlier, on July 14. Linus spoke his first words in 1954, the same year he was shown with his .

Linus van Pelt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peanuts, Linus van Pelt - The benevolent, blanket-clutching philosopher always has a kind word for everybody…even his bossy older sister, Lucy. While he’s often the voice of reason in the neighborhood, Linus also believes firmly in the Great Pumpkin, and he suffers more than most when people (or pumpkins) let him down.