Examples from the Web for keynes
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.
Keynes understood that the long run is simply an infinite parade of short runs.
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”.
Thus: If patience is a virtue there are painful virtues—an example from Dr. Keynes.Logic|Carveth Read
Now, it was to the Keynes' that the Murchisons had gone, and Kit knew it.Mammon and Co.|E. F. Benson
It would be unfair to compare Mr. Harris's book with Mr. Keynes's, though it covers something of the same ground.
M. Clemenceau sat with Signor Orlando in the more central chairs of a semicircle of four in front of the fire, says Keynes.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
Mr. Keynes has shown in an interesting way how great was the effect of this decision.The Problem of Foreign Policy|Gilbert Murray