By far the most useful book to have beside you when assessing all the arguments and assertions made during an election
David Aaronovitch, The Times
A curiosity cabinet of spurious reasoning and spin ... Every society needs its guardian of good sense: Baggini is ours
Taken together, the techniques outlined in his 100 short chapters provide a perfect defence against quackery, superstition, distortion, dissimulation and nonsense of all kinds
London Review of Books
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