It should also be noted that Keynes's ideologies were abused in the 50's, 60's and 70's leaving many world governments including the US and Canada with massive debt. D'oh. While monetarism (Milton Friedman et al) seems prevalent, neokeynesianism really makes much more sense. He met with FDR in the 30's to discuss economics. FDR commented that Keynes had a great intellect, while Keynes commented FDR had beautiful hands. Also, it's been said that he wore women's underwear.