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The Secret Of Berlusconi’s Success

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The Secret Of Berlusconi’s Success

Silvio Berlusconi’s opponents cannot admit that his success may be due not to sinister trickery, but to his greater popularity – an article by Filippo Facci available on The Guardian’s website.

Written by omnologos

2009/Jul/30 at 23:29:43

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  1. In a democratic system popularity is not a cause of success, it’s it’s definition. In turn, the cause of Berlusconi’s popularity _is_ sinister trickery, coupled with a typically Italian propensity of the voters to accept self-evident scoundrels as rulers as long as they appear to deliver some short-term benefit…

    Enzo Michelangeli

    2009/Aug/01 at 00:40:24

    • but yours is a non-sequitur, as any argument against it could be answered by you as yet another example of “sinister trickery”…

      omnologos

      2009/Aug/01 at 05:40:41

      • Non-sequitur? I didn’t state any logical implication: sequitur, unde?

        Anyway, on which basis do you assume that ‘any argument against it could be answered by you as yet another example of “sinister trickery”’? Try me 🙂

        Enzo Michelangeli

        2009/Aug/01 at 06:54:49

  2. Hey, just want to drop a note and tell you great post!

    tim

    2010/Feb/17 at 08:34:50


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