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Stephen Kinsella: Brexit isn't about trade, or migration. It’s about power

The reality about Brexit must take precedence over the current dubious narrative

2nd April, 2017
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Our understanding of the world is shaped by a hunger for narrative – a story with a beginning, a middle, and an end – with connected events that flow into one another sequentially. This hunger for narrative comes from a natural, human discomfort with ambiguity and uncertainty.

We search for explanation in the face of arbitrary events. We work hard to fit these events into a cohesive story that somehow accounts for what is happening...

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