The Road to Serfdom

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"Socialism" has particular appeal to intellectuals - the teachers, journalists and other commentators who pass comment on public policy without any special expertise on economic matters. This work explains the enduring appeal of socialist ideas.

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Marc M

Nov 3, 2018

Good Read

Relevant to our times. Provides a good perspective.

Sidney J

Jan 5, 2012

A must read for economic conservatives

This book is a classic and I must say after reading it I was spurred on to even more serious pursuit of information on the subject of government interference in U.S. economics.

Mark S

Jun 9, 2011

Individual liberty v. Government control

F. A. Hayek lived through and escaped from a government that became socialist and, inevitably, totalitarian. The paralells in "The Road to Serfdom", which was published in 1944, with waht is happening today in Europe and America are uncanny. The propaganda, the confusion of the meanings of words, the corruption and lies so rampant today. We need to wake up. This book is a great place to start.

jackie1

Aug 19, 2010

Full of factual information

I found this book fascinating but difficult to read. You really have to pay attention and not let your mind wander or you will miss the point. This is a book all freedom loving people should read if they want to retain their freedom.

forepaugh

Apr 30, 2007

Economics 101

Although this book would be a slog for most people, it is a fantastic piece of the puzzled world we inhabit today. I wish I had read it while studying economics in college.

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