It is a new era?
It is best to be a consumer, and "help to further trade"?
As we started in Big Spenders Not Key to Real Economic Health:
This audio clip from Henry Hazlitt's The Failure of the New Economics, starts with a Keynes quote on interest rates, and then Hazlitt corrects, as it goes in line-by-line fashion "unpacking fallacies" that oft share a common thread with the staccato of others found riddling the General Theory. In under 10 minutes it ends with Patrick Barrington's sarcastic poem "I Want to be a Consumer," published in a 1934 issue of Punch, mocking the prevailing economic thought of the time that would come to sweep away governments with the promise of miraculousity of magical money from nowhere.