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Summary

Jack Foster combines modern political history with indignant polemic in this impassioned account of the failed 2014 Scottish independence referendum. In an attempt to understand the reasons for that defeat, Catch-2014 takes on some uncomfortable truths and attempts to slay a few sacred cows in the process. 

From media manipulation to corporate intervention, party politics to poor strategy, Foster examines the failures at the very heart of “Yes” Scotland, as well as how the Unionists managed successfully - against all the odds - to capture the campaign narrative. 

How does psychology explain our natural aversion to change? Our instinct is to reject information which conflicts with our existing world view; how, therefore, can Scotland overcome this to ensure its future as an independent country? 

This is not an audiobook to make you feel warm and fuzzy about the glory days of Scotland’s independence movement. There is much to be proud of, but this audiobook tries to understand where we went wrong, and how we can ensure it doesn’t happen again. 

©2018 Jack Foster (P)2019 Jack Foster

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Reboot Indy

So many echos of 2014. Apathy and disillusion has routed since indyref1. This is a great read to refresh and reboot your memories and thoughts around independence. A must if your feeling battle tired.