Something a little different from the latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts: a board game review with Jim Williams. A political board game, of course. … Read the full post »
American author Eugene Burdick was a best-seller in his time with books about politics, data and nuclear war.
Despite his themes still being very resonant today, his work his curiously forgotten.
1987 used to be a pivotal election, frequently referenced. Yet despite its relevance for 2015, it’s been forgotten. … Read the full post »
Eugene Burdick died tragically young, but why have his books about politics been forgotten? … Read the full post »
There is a steady ratcheting up of tension as the US President tries to stop the erroneous sending of bombers to hit Moscow kicking off nuclear armageddon. … Read the full post »
Other than all featuring in multiple places on my bookshelves at home, what brings the three of them together? … Read the full post »
Despite its age, still a useful primer on the basics of polling – and with lots of detail to entertain political geeks. … Read the full post »
Continuing Anthony Price’s pattern of rotating around the character through whose eyes the story is told, this time it’s back to Jack Butler. … Read the full post »