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Private schools, in short, are one of the most important economic and social institutions in these islands. Everybody knows it, but to say so is taboo.
There needs to be fear and greed in the system in order to make it tick.
Investment is not only volatile, it is the key motor of the economy's prosperity because it has a snowball effect.
The attempt to isolate economics from other disciplines-notably politics, history, philosophy, finance, constitutional theory and sociology-has fatally disabled its power to explain what is happening in the world.
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For I've read in many a novel that, unless they've souls that grovel, Folks prefer in fact a hovel to your dreary marble halls.
Charles Stuart Calverley
May 21, 1950
William Nicolas Hutton is a British political economist, writer, weekly newspaper columnist and former editor-in-chief for The Observer.
The state we're in (1995)
The World We're in (2002)
The state to come (1997)
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