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''One of the jobs of a journalist is to challenge orthodoxies, and Bill Keegan fits neatly into this role''

Written by Ashwin Rattan Sunday, 17 February 2013 12:10
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Jess Bowie's review of  'Saving the World'? in Civil Service World.

 

One of the jobs of a journalist is to challenge orthodoxies, and Bill Keegan fits neatly into this role.


He argued against independence for the Bank of England when doing so was deeply unfashionable, critiqued Gordon Brown’s chancellorship when even the Tory papers were seduced, and is now arguing for a positive reappraisal of Brown’s stewardship of the economy.

 

In “Saving the World”? Gordon Brown Reconsidered, Keegan argues that ...


To read Jess's review goto:


http://www.civilserviceworld.com/book-review-saving-the-world-gordon-brown-reconsidered/


Jess Bowie is a writer and sub-editor at Civil Service World, the House Magazine and Public Affairs News

 

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