Corbyn's manifesto adopts mainstream economics. It calls for moderate and sensible change. Such change depends primarily on the reversal of the Conservatives' excessive tax reductions and the adoption of a level of taxation that will remain far lower than most G7 countries. Even economists not aligned with the left have called the Labour manifesto sensible. This is not unsurprising. Credible economists are seldom radical, but neither is the Labour Party's manifesto.