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Hey I enjoyed it as a good evening read.
His brilliance OUTSIDE of economics, as well as in, is made clear in both works, and if the title does not tell you his feelings, well, get reading.
Hayek makes a very good argument for the necessity of our recognizing how impersonal, self-organizing principles led to our lush economy.
I'm still trying to get my head around the notion of this fussy, formal academic type with Salma Hayek. I guess opposites attract, right? I mean it's crazy.Published 1 month ago by Guiseppe Gramanzini, Jr.
Hayek is a great man, and a genius...but be warned that this book is extremely tough reading. The conclusions are true, but the build-up was overkill. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Roy Arnold
This books provide a concise illustration of the critical failing of socialism both as an economic and a scientific failure.Published 5 months ago by Dome Saba
No matter how much brain-washing, you endured, nor how your progressive friends may object, you can not walk away from this book, a Progressive.Published 5 months ago by Philip Schipsi
Really good book! Well written and easy to read. Describes the current political climate clearly; makes one wonder if Washington DC had read this book before they started down... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JM
We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to Friedrich August von Hayak's clarion call to the insight of the founding fathers of this nation that the government should remain as small... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Donald E Fagan