Sweet and easy
Posted by Miri Barak on December 28, 2002
the context: Keynes, then, is the sweet and easy substitute for real reform - a treacherous steroid as opposed to the bruising workout the U.S. and Britain under went in the 1980s.
my question: does the expression sweet and easy has any connotation
of drugs, or is it the food field? it's a collocation of course
that I would like to trace its origin, in order to translate that
Thank you for listening - miri