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The Hayekian Model of Government in an Open Society

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07/30/2014Ronald Hamowy

F. A. Hayek, whose most important work in the area of political and legal theory, The Constitution of Liberty, was published in 1960, has, since that time, followed up his original analysis of the structure of a free society in a three-volume work, appearing under the general title Law, Legislation, and Liberty. I shall here concern myself with the third of these volumes (published in 1979) and, specifically, with a brief discussion of his model of an ideal constitution.

Volume 6, Number 2 (1982)

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Hamowy, Ronald. "The Hayekian Model of Government in an Open Society." Journal of Libertarian Studies 6, No. 2 (1982): 137–143.