The Experts speak: the definitive compendium of authoritative misinformation

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Pantheon Books, 1984 - Humor - 391 pages
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Includes index.

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The experts speak: the definitive compendium of authoritative misinformation

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A revised and expanded version of the 1984 original, The Experts Speak collects hundreds of the dumbest predictions ever made by newspapers, critics, and business executives such as an L.A. surgeon's ... Read full review

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Definitely designed for being dipped into, not read all at once. Read full review

Contents

Who What Where How and Precisely When?
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The Origin of Life and the Evolution of Living Things
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VIII
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Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Cerf is the co-editor of The Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook.

Victor S. Navasky is the publisher emeritus of "The Nation" and chairman of "The Columbia Journalism Review." He is the author of the National Book Award-winner "Naming Names" and "A Matter of Opinion." In 1984, with Mr. Cerf, he cofounded the Institute of Expertology.

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