The Washington Post provides something of a shout out to the Austrians, written by the U.S. economics editor of The Economist. Truly, he doesn’t seem to get it.
Among Keynes’s leading opponents were economists of the “Austrian school” such as future Nobel laureate Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig von Mises. Austrians considered recessions a natural feature of capitalist economies, and efforts to suppress them via monetary or fiscal policy were apt to distort investment, worsen booms and busts, or lead to inflation. No government planner could know enough about a complex, dynamic economy to competently manage it, and their interference would ultimately lead to a bigger state and socialism.
Recessions a natural feature of the market? Far better to describe them as inevitable responses to the unnatural and artificial boom created by cheap money. As for anti-Fed thinking and its growing prominence, it is seriously doubtful that anyone would be talking about this stuff but for the intellectual influence of Ron Paul.