What Maps Can Tell Us About U.S. Strategy for Europe and Asia

An old book from the 1950s explains How to Lie with Statistics. Author Darrell Huff alerts readers to be on guard against those who misuse numbers—wittingly or unwittingly—as an implement of persuasion. A world of mischief lurks within statistical analysis. Numbers are neutral. How people use them may be subjective. And often is. It turns … Continue reading What Maps Can Tell Us About U.S. Strategy for Europe and Asia