Sat 14 July 2012, The Times

How Much Is Enough? by Robert and Edward Skidelsky

By Iain Finlayson
The economist Robert Skidelsky and his philosopher son Edward take issue with a utopian future envisaged in 1930. John Maynard Keynes foresaw incomes rising while working hours fell; basic needs would be met and leisure time would be devoted to self-improvement. This political-progressive Bloomsbury ideal has been subverted by a...
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