Earlier this evening Umair Haque tweeted:
Name a book that changed your life.
— umair haque (@umairh) February 4, 2013
My response was:
Michael Stewart’s “Keynes and after” > RT @umairh: Name a book that changed your life.
— Alex Marsh (@ShodanAlexM) February 4, 2013
If anyone ever asks me a question like this I always respond with Stewart’s book, even though I can hardly remember what it says anymore.
Having tweeted, it all went a bit Proustian. Memories of the book, when and where I read it, came flooding back. And I considered whether I could really say it changed my life. Continue Reading →