From my review on Recharting the History of Economic Thought

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Here are David Colander’s thoughts:

Books written for open-minded mainstream would be structured differently; they would be more carefully crafted, better capturing the subtlety of views that characterize the best of mainstream economists. Their analysis would be fine grained—designed to show sympathetic mainstream economists where they might consider moderating their views.

David Colander, « Kevin Deane and Elias van Waeyenberge (eds), Recharting the History of Economic Thought », Œconomia, 11-1 | 2021, 235-239.