Reviews

  • Publishers Weekly
    Casual duplicity picks at the threads of our social fabric,” Keyes warns, and not just because it creates a greater tendency toward suspicion and mistrust. The consequences of letting people get away …
  • Review from Amazon.com
    This well-researched and cogently written expose should be required reading for all Americans. Mr. Keyes utilizes both anecdotal evidence, and to the extent it is available, statistics and other evide …
  • Required Reading For All Americans
    “This well-researched and cogently written expose should be required reading for all Americans.” Evan Haglund “elhaglund” (Phoenix, AZ)
  • The Yellow Springs News (Ohio)
    “Mr. Keyes’ book is both pertinent and well-timed.” When I was four or perhaps five years old I was out on the porch playing with a child’s set of plastic carpenter’s tools with a neighbor child, Curt …
  • The Christian Post
    “Keyes is an author of keen perception and wide-ranging observation. He has pulled together an enormous body of evidence, all pointing to the pervasive rise of dishonesty in American life.” Have we no …
  • Book World (Washington Post)
    “This exceptional book asks and answers a diverse series of questions. Keyes’s book deserves a wide readership.” Among the most fascinating things in Ralph Keyes’s The Post-Truth Era: Dishonesty and D …
  • The New Republic (Online)
    “an important, provocative new book .” Is all that matters in contemporary culture whether a line sounds good? That’s the thesis of an important, provocative new book, The Post-Truth Era, by Ralph Key …
  • Booklist
    “a thoughtful, often amusing look at the way we dodge the truth and tolerate dishonesty.” Lying is so much a part of everyday life that everybody does it and everybody expects it, even while polls sho …