‘Politicians never lie’ by V. Danysenko and Yu. Vyshnevshiy

(non-fiction book review)

To be honest, for some reason I didn’t expect much from this publication. Whether because of a somewhat atypical cover for 2020, or because of false stereotypes, skepticism, and distrust of Ukrainian analysts of political processes. But, in the end, the book impressed me! It is a very informative and fact-rich publication. Highly relevant issues in modern society are covered! Especially it relates to the mayoral election campaign and the period after the very scientifically interesting presidential race. In addition to theoretical aspects, the authors analyze a lot of manifestations of their theses in practice. The book describes 10 basic laws of interaction of politicians with voters.

All this is supported by references to scientific works, books by sociologists and political scientists. I especially liked the fact that the authors illustrate the theory with examples from the world and Ukrainian history. From the first half of the twentieth century to modern political processes in Poland. Each section also has a detailed analysis of the political climate in Ukraine. Both the events of the 1990s, the activities of Kuchma and Kravchuk, and modern events are presented. It is worth noting that the book is written in very simple language. It will be easy and interesting for a person without a political science education to read it. The publication is worth reading to better understand how the political space of Ukraine and the world work!

The book is great, I advise everyone! It is very gratifying that cool Ukrainian non-fiction authors are appearing! My rating is 9/10.

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