by Thomas McQuade
Here’s what Alice might have recited to the Caterpillar, had Charles Dodgson been a 20th century economist of sorts:
You are old, Maynard Keynes, and your theory’s askew,
It’s easy for one to see through it –
Yet everyone thinks that you’ve said something new.
Just how did you manage to do it?
In my youth, said the sage, I dabbled in stock,
For serious profits contesting,
And it wasn’t too long but I saw what a crock
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