The Financial Times has named The Myth of the Rational Voter one of the best books of 2007. And I’m in some good company, though one could argue that the most convincing endorsements come from people who don’t share my tastes.

P.S. From a review of my book from

[A] book written for the university educated and the class of society who never have to fear unemployment. The university style of writing makes it difficult to understand what he is going on about, since you have to keep looking up a dictionary.

I’m puzzled; how could you even try to write a sub-university-level book about voter rationality? I guess I could have authored Voter Irrationality for Dummies, but that seems like a truly narrow market. 🙂