Contributors - ANTHONY HOWARD


In more than 40 years in political journalism, Anthony Howard has seen more economic policies than most people have had hot dinners. He was editor of the New Statesman from 1972 to '78 and deputy editor of the Observer at the height of Thatcher's boom/bust monetarist tendencies.

Biographer of the legendary Richard Crossman and of 1950s Tory chancellor Rab Butler, Howard reviews the final instalment of a life of JM Keynes, the economist Thatcher spurned.

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