A paragraph like this would never have appeared in any American paper in the last 40 years. Now it seems commonplace. The New York Times says of the main debate in economics today:
There’s John Maynard Keynes on the one side, arguing for deficit spending to offset the aftereffects of a once-in-a-lifetime financial crisis. On the other side there’s Ludwig von Mises (his fellow Austrians Joseph Schumpeter and Friedrich von Hayek seem too moderate for the role), thundering that all government intervention in the economy is doomed to failure.