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Covid in the age of unreason

Those who voted down Christensen may well come to regret it

21 August 2021

9:00 AM

21 August 2021

9:00 AM

Some governments and parliaments seem to suffer from the fatal conceit that they can create new reality simply by declaring it so. After the brief but humiliatingly one-sided border war with China in 1962, India’s parliament declared the correct border was exactly as claimed by India and no Indian government was authorised to negotiate to the contrary.

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