One apparently from the Financial Times.
And please try and use common sense...obviously ANY definition will not encompass an entire theory...it is a simplification.
But they show that to call the New Deal NOT a Keynesian-style economic 'device' is utterly ridiculous.
The New Deal and all FDR (and most of Hoover's) Keynesian-style government interventions were horrible failures.
They resulted in an average unemployment rate of over 17% for 9 years AFTER the Great Depression had peaked and resulted in the DOW actually going down from mid-'33 until mid '42.
So naturally, Keynesians want to try and distance themselves from those policies by trying to say that they were not Keynesian-style policies...when CLEARLY they were.
Then as now..Keynesianism does not work for dealing with recessions/depressions.
It is for mooches and theoretical, macro-economic ignoramuses (like Paul Krugman) and does nothing but suppress growth and massively increase national debt.