“We must never be afraid to stand outside the consensus.”

Who said that?
Ed Balls in his classically Keynesian speech to Bloomberg in 2010.  He was talking about the consensus that stopping economic activity (austerity) will make us prosperous.  But we also stand outside the consensus he is part of, that unlimited, undifferentiated economic growth, GDP growth, is desirable.
See our In Place of Growth.  

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