With Every Mistake

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With Every Mistake
WithEveryMistake Hardcover.jpg
Author Gwynne Dyer
Country Canada
Genre Non-fiction, Political
Publisher Random House of Canada
Publication date
25 October 2005
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 405 (Hardcover 1st edition)
ISBN 0-679-31402-4 (Hardcover 1st edition)
OCLC 60797988

With Every Mistake is a collection of Gwynne Dyer's articles published between September 11, 2001 and the Iraqi election in 2005.

The articles are interspersed with commentary from Dyer which includes discussion of the issues, reflections on the Canadian publishing environment, and self-criticism for the things that he got wrong.

The title is taken from the Beatles' song, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", by George Harrison: "With every mistake, we must surely be learning."

Contents[edit]

  1. A Long Way in a Short Time
  2. Just Walking Down the Road, Minding My Own Business...2001, pre-9/11
  3. The Suddenly...September 11-December 21, 2001
  4. The Uslims: Malevolent, Mysterious and Probably Crazy
  5. Meanwhile, in Another Part of the Forest...
  6. Axis of Evil: The Subject Has Changed January–December 2002
  7. Israel and Palestine: The Long Run
  8. South Asia: Dangerous, But Getting Better
  9. Invading Iraq: The Reason Why
  10. The State of Europe
  11. Miscellany I
  12. Iraq: Vanishing WMD, Rising Resistance
  13. Catastrophes Old and Pending
  14. Africa's Travails
  15. Iraq: Shia Pressure, American Abuse, Sunni Revolt
  16. The Lost Continent
  17. East Asian Games
  18. Iraq and Terrorism: A Sense of Proportion
  19. The Fate of Israel
  20. The Rich and the Poor
  21. Miscellany II
  22. We Must Surely be Learning

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Review by Nathan Whitlock