The Road to Serfdom

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University of Chicago Press, 1950 - Economic policy - 248 pages
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Hayek is easy to read and continuously engaging. - Goodreads
Hayek isn't the most lucid writer. - Goodreads
This is a good economic overview of the time. - Goodreads
Hayek's prose is not the most fluid and graceful. - Goodreads
The book's biggest flaw is its readability. - Goodreads
I wish his writing had more "bite" to it. - Goodreads

Review: The Road to Serfdom

User Review  - Don - Goodreads

Sparkling writing (as usual from Hayek), but at the service of a thoroughly falsified hypothesis. No, the welfare state did not lead to serfdom, contrary to the predictions of this work in the mold of the "Bad" Hayek (the polemicist, not the economist). Read full review

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User Review  - sologdin - Goodreads

Introduced by Chicago don Milty Friedman, who assures us that “the free market is the only mechanism that has ever been discovered for achieving participatory democracy” (xi). Sadly, “the argument for ... Read full review

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