Smallism: an approach for our time

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 4 (2016)

Smallism: an approach for our time
Simon Parker pages -


It has been a long time coming, but in the summer of 2016 British politics – perhaps even Anglo-Saxon politics – entered a new phase. The referendum on leaving the European Union and Donald Trump’s ascendancy in the US presidential race have created a world in which certain types of facts no longer matter. These are the sorts of facts produced by experts: the economists, civil servants and academics whose views have defined public debate for several generations.

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