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Thirty years of prescience

Eamonn Fingleton has repeatedly been vindicated in predicting everything from the 1990 Tokyo financial crash and the disaster of post-Saddam Iraq to Donald Trump’s rise and Britain’s departure from the European Union. He confines his predictions to his areas of maximum … Continue reading

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Boeing Goes To Pieces

This article was first published in the January-February 2014 issue of The American Conservative. At a welcoming banquet in Japan in the 1980s, Ford Motor chairman Philip Caldwell received a memorably double-edged compliment. “There is no secret about how we … Continue reading

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