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Economics for non-economists

Thanks to Andy Duncan, I have discovered Irwin Schiff’s splendid cartoon introductions to economics: How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn’t and The Kingdom of Moltz, which explains the source of inflation. Here’s the former: See also Economics in One Lesson and How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes: Two Tales of the Economy. If you are an economist, but there is a splinter in your mind, try this reading list.

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New to the Conservative candidate list?

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As David Cameron throws open the list to more candidates from outside the political mainstream, I personally recommend these five books from my reading list plus some first-class think tanks. Five books See the links in the sidebar for more book recommendations. Tansey and Jackson, “Politics: The Basics”, because you have to start somewhere. Via Amazon: This highly successful introduction to the world of politics has been fully revised and updated in collaboration with a new co-author, Nigel Jackson of […]

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