The latest issue of The Economic History Review is out. Brendan Sheehan (Leeds Met): Keynes: Revolutionary or Radical. Henry Farrell (George Washington) and John Quiggin (Queensland): Consensus, Dissensus and Economic Ideas: The Rise and Fall of Keynesianism During the Economic Crisis. More and more on Keynes Hayek by Nicholas Wapshott. Michael D. Murray (Valparaiso): The Great Recession and the Rhetorical Canons of Law and Economics. Liliana Rojas-Suarez (CGD) and Carlos Montoro (BIS): Credit at Times of Stress: Latin American Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis. From The Browser, Christina Romer on learning from the Great Depression; and in time of economic crisis, studying the past can teach us much about the world economy today. From Boston Review, an interview with David Graeber, author of Debt: The First 5,000 Years (and an interview at Bookforum and a symposium at Crooked Timber with Graeber and more at A review of Financial Turmoil in Europe and the United States by George Soros. A review of The Age of Central Banks by Curzio Giannini.