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Links 1 through 10 of 108 by Peter Cresswell tagged Books

The authors of the British book The Spirit Level have a political agenda, and they’ve got it talked about everywhere. Even here. The NZ Labour MPs’ blog Red Alert for example is so excited it even has...

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How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes Writing in the UK Telegraph about Peter Schiff’s new book, MEP Daniel Hannan reckons it’s just ...

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Guest post by Jeff Perren  Robert Andrews has a terrific smackdown of Nicholas Kristof's utterly revolting New York Times review of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's new book, Nomad.  Since she is one of ...

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I've just been re-reading this classic book, which arrived in my letterbox last week. I'm overjoyed to have it back on my bookshelf after an absence of too many years. How to Lie with Statistics is a highly readable exposé of the bumbling and chicanery c

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What do you do when you find out that you've hired an asshole, and how do you avoid hiring assholes again? As it happens, Stanford professor Robert Sutton -- the author of the book The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That

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A big thank you to recent donors here at Not PC. To paraphrase Robert Parker's detective Spenser, I pocketed the money and I sprang into action: I headed for the nearest book store. Here's what I pulled down:

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In eleven pages of great literature Rand demolishes the entire creaky, cobwebbed, dilapidated structure of Kant's Critique of Pure Unreason, and against it she places the description of a wild ride thrown in the face of all he doubters and in the full, su

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Should you be lost in the forest, here's what you do: "You do not panic. You do not walk aimlessly. You find a shady spot with a fine view, you sit down, you take out the cocktail shaker, the gin, the vermouth, and the olives from your back pack (which ev

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Pablo Picasso's sassy and inspired drawing of La Mancha's finest, and his faithful squire Sancho Panza. Pablo sure could draw when he wanted to. And Don Quixote sure could dream...

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...the house in which Bastiat had lived for long in Mugron is now lodging the “perception des impost,” the French IRD office… Poor Bastiat.

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