This Really Ragged Notion

by Quinn

The Euston Manifesto has caused a bit of a stir amongst bloggers; Tim Worstall is offended by it, Chris Dillow is in two minds over it, and Phil Edwards takes it to task (and uses the same source as myself for his post title).

I would spend some time discussing it myself if I saw it as anything other than a well meaning vanity project, if I thought it likely that it would resonate beyond the people who already agree with its aims, or that the world would change one iota because of the publication of this statement of principles.

But I won’t, because I don’t, because it’s not going to, because it won’t.