Edited by Robert W. Dimand and Harald Hagemann
Chapter 25: “Am I a Liberal?”
Keynes’s address to the Liberal Summer School, “Am I a Liberal?” (reprinted in Essays in Persuasion), outlined his social and political philosophy. Speaking in the wake of the Liberal Party’s disastrous losses in the 1924 British general election, Keynes called on Liberals to turn from nineteenth-century shibboleths to economic and, especially, social issues relevant to twentieth-century Britain.
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