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The Road to Serfdom (German: Der Weg zur Knechtschaft) is a book written by the Austrian-born economist and philosopher Friedrich von Hayek (–). Read "The Road to Serfdom Text and Documents--The Definitive Edition" by F. A. Hayek available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first. Get this from a library! The road to serfdom. [Friedrich A von Hayek].
Finally, here is an edition of Road to Serfdom that does justice to its monumental status in the history of liberty.
Caldwell has added helpful explanatory notes and citation corrections, among other improvements. For this reason, the publisher decided to call this "the definitive edition. This spell-binding book is a classic in the history of liberal ideas.
It was singularly responsible for launching an important debate on the relationship between political and economic freedom. It made the author a world-famous intellectual.
It set a new standard for what it means to be a dissident intellectual. It warned of a new form of despotism enacted in the name of liberation.
And though it appeared in , it continues to have a remarkable impact. No one can consider himself well-schooled in modern political ideas without having absorbed its lessons.
Hayek saw, and what most all his contemporaries missed, was that every step away from the free market and toward government planning represented a compromise of human freedom generally and a step toward a form of dictatorship--and this is true in all times and places.
He demonstrated this against every claim that government control was really only a means of increasing social well-being.
Planning and Democracy. Planning and the Rule of Law. Economic Control and Totalitarianism.
The End of Truth. The Socialist Roots of Nazism.
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An eminent economist and political philosopher, he won the Nobel Prize in Economics in The Abandoned Road. Who Whom?