Indispensable. The best guide of its type.--Bill Bryson With more than a half million copies sold to date globally, The Economist Style Guide has become an esential tool for those who wish to write with the clarity, style, and precision for which The Economist is renowned. Now in a revised tenth edition, the guide is based on the house style manual of The Economist. It gives general advice on writing, points out common errors and cliches, and offers guidance on vocabulary, the proper use of punctuation and grammar, and much more. The guide includes a section the differences between American and British English and has a section of useful references.