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Glowing Praise For New Liberty In Print Publication

New Liberty in Print title Mass Insanity receives critical praise in the media

A new book released through independent publisher Liberty in Print has received glowing praise in the UK media.

Non-fiction title Mass Insanity by Dr Theo Alistair has been featured in respected magazine The European, where it is described as providing “powerful and fascinating new insights into the extremist mindset and how to combat its spread within communities”.

The “evidence-based study could provide the West with the most sane way to understand and defuse the insanity of extremist thought,” it adds. 

In Mass Insanity, psychology professor Theo Alistair examines how the radical  mindset can come to be accepted within otherwise rational communities.
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New non-fiction title Mass Insanity by Theo Alistair, published by independent publisher Liberty in Print, is out now in paperback and hardcover.

Publishing house Liberty In Print, meanwhile, is highlighted for “its commitment to freedom of speech and the critical examination of topical themes and ideas”.

Out now, Mass Insanity is described by the publisher as exploring “the subjects of insane communities, the clash of identities, and how societies indoctrinate their members and shape their way of thinking”.

Written by Dr Theo Alistair, a professor of psychology who has worked in various universities across the world, Mass Insanity uses theories of social, clinical and forensic psychology to analyse the radical mindset, and how radicalism can come to indoctrinate individuals and shape the way of thinking within communities. 

Through comparisons with religious and non-religious totalitarian ideologies, Dr Alistair highlights the principal psychological mechanisms behind suppression and conformity.

His book also discusses the decay of Western civilisation and the arising psychological difficulties this poses for societies.

For all media requests, including interviews with Theo Alistair, or review copies of Mass Insanity, contact publicist Anthony Harvison.

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