Noise in a Dying Republic

Why we should all listen for it when discussing policy design

A mysterious silhouette rests center a red background. Peeking behind on the right is W. Hurst, from the left is N. Gingrich.

Throughout this collection of essays, you’ll hear me route the source of most all poor design choices to this issue: misinformation. Any area of law enforcement’s structure you find questionable can likely be tied to a tactical use of misinformation. But how can the mechanism create a condition that confuses voters, and dictates policy? It might be easier…

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John Bradford

Designer, critical writer, image-maker, seltzer enthusiast. All things design history and critique. Lone author behind; “Greater Fool.”