Eccles had reached the same conclusion as Keynes, but from personal observation of the 1929 crash.
Eccles stressed to FDR, “the crucial consideration is not the size of the deficit but the level of national income.”
The protest/counter-protest outside the Eccles Theater being just one piece of his elaborate fabric.
Ninety-four years of reasonably deliberative history was thus replicated in three fortnights of panic inside the Eccles Building.
Ask Mr. Eccles to have the kindness to take you to his tailor and order some clothes.
Eccles jumped down from the box and scurried to open the front door.
But whether it was the man Eccles or not, I did not see; he tore by swiftly, his head kept down.
Eccles faced him unwillingly, with a stolid front but shifty eyes.
Reuben secured Mr. Eccles' threshing hind legs and bore him to the kitchen door.
Mr. Eccles takes oysters; but he won't have them opened till he's down.
Eccles Ec·cles (ěk'əlz), Sir John Carew. Born 1903.
Australian physiologist. He shared a 1963 Nobel Prize for research on the action of nerve impulses.