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This month


"Economists are trying to do something in economics that can't be done, because their subject is human behaviour."

Robert Skidelsky

The distinguished economic historian Robert Skidelsky, like his subject - and 'master'- John Maynard Keynes, disagrees profoundly with the present consensus. Third Way compared notes with him at his office in Westminster.




Cinematic states

From sultry Louisiana to the New Jersey waterfront, Gareth Higgins recounts a film-lover's journey through his newly-adopted USA homeland in search of soul and a sense of belonging.


Dream on

Dreaming is a regular feature of the Bible stories we know and love. So why, asks Mark Vernon, do we marginalise our own night time narratives? What if they are clues that could lead us closer to God?


Space to create

In a busy world, it can be hard to find room for the often slow blossoming of our God-given creativity. Mother and aspiring writer Elisabeth Pike issues a manifesto for real-world dreamers determined to sink deep roots.