One of the aims of the learn section is to is the idea of looking at things from a different angle. To look at the world from a different perspective. We are continually getting things drummed into us from school, television, newspapers, politics and in the workplace about how things are and why they need to be as they are.
There are many tricks, statistics, blaming, bias samples, hoodwinking and techniques of persuasion used to fool and cajole people into believing that others are looking after their interests, or, know better. Here is a few examples. And there are many publications, libraries and web sites that offer an alternative view. But in the end the best defense of protecting your interests is common sense. Not believing me or anyone else but holding the evidence of worth up to your own scrutiny

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