Out, Out Depression: FDR in 1938 - John T. Flynn - Mises Daily
This piece is incredibly applicable to our current predicament; and it was penned by John T. Flynn in the 1940's. Flynn is a significant character, one who was converted to the cause of the "Old Right" as a result of the abuses of FDR and the New Deal.
Change the names and a few figures, and it might have been written at any point in the last 3 years.
My favorite line:
"To a man of more humility the suspicion might have inserted itself into the secret precincts of his mind that, after all, he did not fully understand the vast organism he had set out to repair and that it might be he was a tinkerer rather than a mechanic, not so much a physician as a quack."