You might like https://t.co/4XrxdO65hi
— Maelys #fbpe (@maelysdervenn) August 4, 2018
Why Do People Believe Crazy Things?
We have written a free book (monograph) on why people believe crazy things, including #Brexit . You can download it at https://t.co/42epKzVgpl #openaccess #FBPE – please RT #beliefbook @beliefbook
— Doug Kell CBE #FBPE #ABTV 🔶🇪🇺 (@dbkell) March 15, 2018
A Short History of Brexit
What explains Brexit? https://t.co/U90kQKVdwp @PenguinUKBooks
— LSE Brexit (@lsebrexitvote) February 22, 2019
This is such a great piece by @harikunzru (and @fotoole).
Read it if you are British; read it if you are not! https://t.co/Wnbg2U733k
— Sean Condon (@spc1965) February 4, 2019
Fool Britannia by Hari Kunzru, 2019-02 Issue of The New York Review of Books, about Fintan O’Toole’s Heroic Failure: Brexit and the Politics of Pain.
beyond parody pic.twitter.com/W2AziRQ0o6
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 10, 2019
In order to be a good dealmaker, you need to have realistic goals, patience, flexibility and maturity.
Trump hasn't demonstrated any of these prerequisites yet in his quest for the wall https://t.co/niDKGsDCC3 pic.twitter.com/KX19TOi68r
— Bloomberg Opinion (@bopinion) January 10, 2019
Books about negotiations by Leigh L. Thompson:
Don’t you love it when people make actual arguments about policy? https://t.co/jTNNu2QN6o
— Kwame Anthony Appiah (@KAnthonyAppiah) January 7, 2019
By the way: https://t.co/rw4iFXaAdf
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) January 5, 2019
On 2019-03-09 I saw this tweet:
Regardless of his politics, this rant from George Galloway says so much about Brexit. Nostalgia for lost youth and sentimentalism about the past mixed with nationalistic hubris.
"I want Britain to be what it was in the Swinging 60s – when we were something!" pic.twitter.com/ssJJOhuvqh
— Property Spotter (@PropertySpot) March 9, 2019
I posted this on 2018-12-30: About Fintan O’Toole’s book:
If you havent read ‘Heroic Failure’ yet, my review may help you: https://t.co/U1mBcPwClE
— Lila Haines (@LilaEilis) December 17, 2018
Reading facts is dangerous.
Trump should be understood as a religious leader, to whom any presentations of reality are fake news. Trump delivers the alternative facts his adherents are asking for. Numbers are from hell – unless made up by Trump himself.
(Painting: 1479, Michael Pacher) pic.twitter.com/aDE0k4gyMP
— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) December 19, 2018