Reviews

  • Macdonald zeros in on the slipperiness of factuality, offering an array of case studies from the worlds of history, commerce and – of course – politics.

    New York Times
  • The merit of Hector Macdonald’s Truth is precisely that it forces us to remember how few claims can be definitively established as beyond dispute

    Washington Post
  • In a time when truth is under assault, Hector Macdonald is here to defend it. He offers clear-eyed, compelling guidelines for becoming a more accurate consumer and producer of information.

    Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of ORIGINALS and OPTION B with Sheryl Sandberg
  • Delightful… beautifully explores the truth that truth can look very different to different people.

    Matt Ridley, author of Genome and The Red Queen
  • No one can tell the whole truth in all its glory. Hector Macdonald's Truth explores how communicators spin reality, whether in the name of clarity or skullduggery. Macdonald is a deft guide to a topic that could not be more timely.

    William Poundstone, author of Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?

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