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Will Hutton

Will Hutton is the Economics Editor of the Guardian and the author of a book on Keynesian economics, The Revolution That Never Was.

Beware the Ides of Mogg

Will Hutton, 9 April 1992

This book warns that the world is on the threshold of a savage deflation caused by too much personal, corporate and government debt. Lord Rees-Mogg and his American acolyte, to whom is attributed all the leg work, have been bold enough to set themselves up as 20th-century prophets of doom with more than a modicum of good reason. But their pessimism arises as much from flagrant conservative prejudice as from historical, economic and political analysis.

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R.W. Johnson, 9 March 1995

Will Hutton, the Guardian’s economics editor, has produced a book which is part show-biz – it carries a passionate puff from Ian McEwan on the front cover and leapt straight into the...

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