Review of Keynes: The Return of the Master, Allan Lane

Robert Skidelsky, Keynes: The Return of the Master, Allan Lane, 224 pages, October 2009.

In under 200 pages of text, this book covers the main elements of the present crisis: its roots in what Skidelsky argues is the intellectual bankruptcy of modern mainstream economics; an outline of Keynes's life as a speculator and investor, showing how his experiences shaped his economics, ethics and politics; the subversion of the Keynesian revolution in favour first of Keynesianism and later of what is no

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