A most indescribable and extraordinary game -- Early writings -- Selling economics by the hour and on the Q.T. (of M.) -- Early economics -- Killing germans as cheaply as possible -- The economic consequences of war -- Cycling for Britain's national interest -- The method of modern statesman -- The fool's gold standard and laissez faire -- The fluctuating value of monetary reform -- Organising prosperity -- It all comes out in the wash -- Multiplying (un)employment by expectations -- Liquidising the classical theory -- War finance and the post-war economic order.
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