“High information” people ignore evidence if it conflicts with their preferred 
narrative all the time.

Sometimes evidence is wrong or misinterpreted – sometimes a theory is needed to 
put evidence into context.  That’s not ignoring evidence, that’s seeking even 
more information and a better framework to understand it.    Of course, I can 
just respond to an assertion with another..

And that there could be a backlash to internationalization doesn’t mean it is 
rational, just that someone seeking to advance an open economy should have been 
aware it was a political risk and prepared better to avoid it.

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