LeBaron is an adventure capitalist and a firm believer in contrarianism
- this is what led him into investing money in two countries most people would not have looked twice at.
I do see the initial appeal of conservatism at Berkeley [the University of California, Brock's alma mater] was contrarianism
If this makes contrarianism
sound like stodginess, Sargent sees financial services deregulation as an opportunity to take advantage of uncharted territory, such as banking.
Now, I want to make it clear that I'm not just going against these analysts just for the sake of contrarianism
Kellow's Kael transcends mere artistic contrarianism
and resembles a sort of impassioned duelist.
opinion magazine founded in 1990, wanted Peters, founder (in 1969) of The Washington Monthly, to answer for the way neoliberalism had degenerated into lefty-on-lefty contrarianism
Harris addresses these nuances in a spirit of earnest inquiry, rather than knee-jerk contrarianism
Admittedly, any attempt to resurrect the legacy of Herbert Hoover would be a massive undertaking, and a lesser scholar than Williams might have been accused of contrarianism
for trying to redeem the 29th president's reputation.
IN ANOTHER GESTURE OF contrarianism
against biennial culture, the series of exhibitions in the Schinkel Pavilion began two weeks prior to the biennial's official opening, and will end two weeks after its finishing date--with the intention, according to the curators, of "upsetting the demand for a single, spectacular beginning and end.
At the other extreme, the lead director shouldn't confuse real independence with mere contrarianism
I find it intriguing that Canadian skepticism about the war on terror is read by some as whimsy or childish contrarianism
, instead of a serious position that is shared by much of the world, and indeed many Americans.
These reasons vary, ranging from a general intellectual interest in the subject matter to pressure from an employer to simple contrarianism