A Short History of Human Error Paperback – 9 Dec 2013
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About the Author
Oliver Thomson is the author of ten books on historical subjects, also several guide books and a play. Having won a scholarship in Classics to Trinity College Cambridge he changed tack to read history and later gained a PhD at Glasgow University on propaganda history. He spent some 25 years as managing director of two advertising agencies but also continued writing, lecturing and broadcasting on radio. The primary aim of this book is to use modern psychological criteria to examine the personality flaws of political, religious and economic leaders over the last three millennia and relate them to the many man-made disasters for which they were responsible.
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