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Hayek’s spotty record as a prophet in the Road to Serfdom - part 2: what about the post-colonial Third World?

Gordon Tullock used Sweden to argue that  the problem with The Road to Serfdom was:

"that it offered predictions which turned out to be false. The steady advance of government in places such as Sweden did not lead to any loss of non-economic freedoms."

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Public Choice

Hayek’s spotty record as a prophet in The Road to Serfdom – Part 1

Gordon Tullock used Sweden to support his argument that the basic problem with The Road to Serfdom was:

“that it offered predictions which turned out to be false.

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Classical Liberalism

Cake or tyranny?

Another great meme from the internet about government involvement in the ongoing “who can or can’t have some cake” saga.

The History Behind Hayek's Road to Serfdom

The Road to Serfdom is by far F.A Hayek’s most well-known book. However, not only is the book Hayek’s most well-known, but it’s also Hayek’s most controversial work. 1,317 more words

Economics

Does The Road to Serfdom Actually Promote “Free Markets”?

We try not to wade into political discussions here at Old Book Advocate (which is of course impossible, but still, there is a spectrum of such things, and we at least try to hew to the apolitical end, even if it is not so different in quality from its opposite).

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