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Keynes famously said that ‘the boom, not the slump, is the time for austerity.’
But it may also be because Smith and Hume do have a point, one that Keynes would agree with.
"You can't make a fat man skinny by tightening his belt," observed John Maynard Keynes.
Ironically, Keynes was even more averse to Americans than to Poles.
To his eyes, Washington was dominated by lawyers, all speaking incomprehensible legalese—or, as Keynes put it, “Cherokee”.
M. Clemenceau sat with Signor Orlando in the more central chairs of a semicircle of four in front of the fire, says Keynes.
Mr. Keynes ignores the fortunes made by deliberately cornering and withholding commodities in a time of shortage.
The outward rule of the anchoresses of Tarrant Keynes was by no means rigorous.The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory|George Saintsbury
Normally, says Dr. Geoffrey Keynes, a person has fifteen thousand millions of blood corpuscles circulating in his body.
Mr. Wilson was not so utterly "bamboozled" as Mr. Keynes would have us believe.The Problem of Foreign Policy|Gilbert Murray