Tuesday, 18 October 2011

A good reading list

I spoke at a meeting of Croydon Trades Council last Thursday on the current economic situation, and a full write-up will follow of the debate and discussion around the origins of the debt and deficit, the attack on public sector pensions, tackling unemployment through investment in capital spending projects, and what to do about the banks and the stock markets.

But this is just a quick post with some of the books that came up in the debate from those in attendance:


It's an impressive and excellent contemporary reading list for anyone trying to understand our current situation.

What other contemporary books have you found useful? Let us know in the comments.

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