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Great book that attempts to teach you to break the easily formed habit and desire to unquestionably believe what "credentialed" experts say is true.Published 19 months ago by Anthony Dasilva Jr.
Excellent, captivating reading. A real eye-opener that shows you that not everything is to be trusted blindly. Recommend it.Published 21 months ago by N. A. Ramirez MD
Interesting work, does help decode a lot of very useless " experts" at large.Published 22 months ago by Giovanni Pallavicini
This is a great summation of other literature and other researchers' ideas. Definitely worth reading, but we should keep one thing in mind: Freedman (like all Gladwell-generation... Read morePublished 22 months ago by JJ Charles
The book purports to tackle a complicated and relevant subject only to deliver an amusing but shallow indictment of human vices. Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by Mark
Freedman's book is an easy-to-read overview of the various reasons many so-called "experts" are often wrong. Read morePublished on May 17, 2014 by Biz Book Reader
A very good book and quite usefull. It explains thoroughly the problem wich every research has and it shows why experts keep fealing us.Published on January 17, 2014 by @StelJoan
This book goes beyond being just enjoyable and informative to read through; it actually causes a change in thinking and perception that is long lasting. Read morePublished on October 30, 2013 by Booky