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Death of a Revolutionary Textbook

Death of a Revolutionary Textbook Correspondence may be addressed to J. E. King, Department of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia 3086; e-mail: j.king@latrobe.edu.au. We are grateful to two anonymous referees for very helpful comments on an earlier draft, and to Philip Arestis, Samuel Bowles, Doug Dowd, John Eatwell, Martin Featherston, Keith Hancock, John Henry, Fred Lee, John Pullen, Malcolm Sawyer, Howard Sherman, Ajit Singh, Hugh Stretton, Frank Stilwell, Ted Wheelwright, Frank Wilkinson, and two respondents who wish to remain anonymous for giving us their opinion on the merits of An Introduction to Modern Economics and the reasons for its failure. Unpublished writings of Joan Robinson copyright The Provost and Scholars of King’s College Cambridge 2003. Unpublished writings of Richard Kahn copyright The Provost and Scholars of King’s College Cambridge 2003. Permission to quote from the papers of Richard Kahn and Joan Robinson was granted by kind permission of the Provost and Scholars of King’s College Library, Cambridge. All errors and omissions are ours. History of Political Economy 35:1 © 2003 by Duke University Press. History of Political Economy 35:1 (2003) I Joan Robinson had very definite views on the teaching of economics, which were closely linked to her experience under http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History of Political Economy Duke University Press

Death of a Revolutionary Textbook

History of Political Economy , Volume 35 (1) – Mar 1, 2003

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Duke University Press
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Copyright 2003 by Duke University Press
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0018-2702
eISSN
1527-1919
DOI
10.1215/00182702-35-1-105
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Correspondence may be addressed to J. E. King, Department of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia 3086; e-mail: j.king@latrobe.edu.au. We are grateful to two anonymous referees for very helpful comments on an earlier draft, and to Philip Arestis, Samuel Bowles, Doug Dowd, John Eatwell, Martin Featherston, Keith Hancock, John Henry, Fred Lee, John Pullen, Malcolm Sawyer, Howard Sherman, Ajit Singh, Hugh Stretton, Frank Stilwell, Ted Wheelwright, Frank Wilkinson, and two respondents who wish to remain anonymous for giving us their opinion on the merits of An Introduction to Modern Economics and the reasons for its failure. Unpublished writings of Joan Robinson copyright The Provost and Scholars of King’s College Cambridge 2003. Unpublished writings of Richard Kahn copyright The Provost and Scholars of King’s College Cambridge 2003. Permission to quote from the papers of Richard Kahn and Joan Robinson was granted by kind permission of the Provost and Scholars of King’s College Library, Cambridge. All errors and omissions are ours. History of Political Economy 35:1 © 2003 by Duke University Press. History of Political Economy 35:1 (2003) I Joan Robinson had very definite views on the teaching of economics, which were closely linked to her experience under

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Published: Mar 1, 2003

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