The foundation for a new people-centric outlook

By John Tizard | 11 April 2017

When I saw a book with the title Kittens are Evil – Little Heresies in Public Policy, I knew that I had to read it to understand why a book on public policy should have such a provocative title.

I happen to like cats and kittens, but I also enjoy challenging orthodoxy and so the idea of slaying some public policy heresies was appealing. Could I tolerate the title to explore what was being slain as long as it was not a kitten? [Declaration of interest: I have no interest, other than the fact that I enjoyed the book].

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