Thinking the Unthinkable: Think-tanks and the Economic Counter-revolution 1931-1983
There is another modern British history - an alternative tradition in our government, politics and economics. It is a history kept rather quiet, a tradition largely hidden from view - suspiciously well hidden, some would say.
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The Beveridge Report and The Road to Serfdom
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