Jonathan Freedland compares the present spending review with the 'Geddes Axe' of 1921-22.
As public spending cuts loom, how can voters influence where the axe may fall?
Michael Goldfarb asks how Europe's artists and writers saw the Depression of the 1930s.
Is it inevitable that a new President will announce cuts to White House spending?
The differences between the American and British systems of budget making.
David Aaronovitch explores the arguments for and against raising public spending