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Hayek's Road to Serfdom

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07/30/2014Walter Block

The work of Hayek, in contrast with the Marxist-Socialist-Interventionist-Galbraithian paradigm that held sway in the mid-20th century, appears as a beacon for free enterprise amidst a sea of totalitarianism. When considered in comparison to the writings against which he contended, Hayek’s was a lonely voice, crying in the wilderness for freedom; he stood, like the Dutch boy, with his finger in the dike of onrushing statism.

Volume 12, Number 2 (1996)

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Block, Walter. "Hayek's Road to Serfdom." Journal of Libertarian Studies 12, No. 2 (1996): 339–365.

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