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How to Lose a Country

by Temelkuran, Ece Paperback / softback, 272 pages
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HarperCollins Publishers 
25/07/2019 
United Kingdom 

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'This is essential' Margaret Atwood on Twitter 'The single best book that I have read about the populist, authoritarian trend that is remaking our world' Benjamin Rhodes, author of The World As It Is 'Vibrates with outrage' The Times. ‘It couldn’t happen here’ Ece Temelkuran heard reasonable people in Britain say it the night of the Brexit vote. She heard reasonable people in America say it the night Trump’s election was soundtracked by chants of ‘Build that wall.’ She heard reasonable people in Turkey say it as Erdoğan rigged elections, rebuilt the economy around cronyism, and labelled his opposition as terrorists. How to Lose a Country is an impassioned plea, a warning to the world that populism and nationalism don’t march fully-formed into government; they creep. Award winning author and journalist Ece Temelkuran, identifies the early-warning signs of this phenomenon, sprouting up across the world from Eastern Europe to South America, in order to define a global pattern, and arm the reader with the tools to root it out.

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