1476 couplets contrast the outsiders of the state with the insiders of particular societies of American commerce. Keynesian outsiders think they know better than the competitive insiders of commercial operations. Professors, in the outer towers of academe, contrive unhealthy constraints for the inner places of enterprise.
Statists, outside us, come into our lives, Not brooking personal affirmatives. Their outside meddling in our midst has come, All schools reducing to delirium. The utmost functionaries are outside, Oppressing fortune, which indoors would hide.