That title refers to what is now an almost notorious 2011 article by Vince Cable, the UK Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, which defends the Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition regime of austerity in Britain:
Vince Cable, “Keynes Would be on Our Side,”New Statesman, 12 January 2011.
There are already good responses from David Blanchflower and Robert Skidelsky and partly from Bill Mitchell.Read the rest at Social Democracy for the 21st Century
Taking Keynes's Name In Vain
by "Lord Keynes"