A compendium of 100 biases in the way we all think, described in easy-to-understand language, The Art of Thinking Clearly should be required reading in the provincial government these days.
Keep a pad of paper and a pencil beside you as you read this book.
Jot down the biases you can relate to Muskrat Falls.
Try not to cry.
Jamie McWhirter served with the Canadian Army in Afghanistan in 2006. A soldier’s tale is his own account of the time he spent there.
This is a touching, highly personal account that doesn’t take you anywhere except inside the author’s head.
That’s all you’ll need to understand what he experienced, his psychological injuries, and how far McWhirter has come to be able to tell the parts of his story that are in this book.