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This is Not Normal by William Davies
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Sep 28, 2021 | ISBN 9781839760990

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“This book presses pause on the dazzling contingent brightness of the present, and allows the reflections of the evening to gather and turn towards a new day.”
Manchester Review of Books

“Brilliant … Davies will be one of the experts to turn to guide us through the coming years.”
Wired

“As William Davies brilliantly articulates in his most recent book, This is Not Normal: The Collapse of Liberal Britain, it’s hard to convincingly advocate for normality, or indeed for norms in general, if you’ve spent years openly trashing the very notion.”
Dublin Review of Books

This Is Not Normal: The Collapse of Liberal Britain seeks to pore over the deeper roots, expressions and manifestations of four interlocking crises in British politics, addressing some of the most pressing and perplexing questions facing the UK … as Davies so skillfully shows, it would be foolish to make any firm predictions of what happens next.”
LSE Review of Books

This Is Not Normal seeks to pore over the deeper roots, expressions and manifestations of four interlocking crises in British politics … as Davies so skillfully shows, it would be foolish to make any firm predictions of what happens next.”
Brave New Europe

“But as an example of what its author calls ‘real-time sociology,’ the book harbors more ambition and more value than just a chronicle. Building on theoretical insights developed in his earlier work, Davies undertakes an applied investigation into the intertwined fates of liberalism, democracy, and media in the Anglo-American present, an investigation anchored in the problem of trust.”
Adam Kelly, LA Review of Books

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