Chrystia Freeland — “Who’s Lying about Hayek Now” Winner!

Here in Reuters.   No, Chrystia, you won’t find “God-given rights” in Hayek.  It pays to slow down enough to get your facts in order, while in the midst of typing away.  Chrystia is “Global Editor-at-Large” for the often suspect news source Reuters.

Richard Peet of Clark U. – Our Latest “Who’s Lying About Hayek Now?” Contestant

Hayek is famous among libertarian academics for being a critic of 19th century laissez faire.  (See, for example, Walter Bock, “Hayek’s Road to Serfdom”).  Indeed, one of the most famous lines in Hayek’s mega-seller The Road to Serfdom is an attack on 19th century laissez faire:  ““Probably nothing has done so much harm to the . . . → Read More: Richard Peet of Clark U. – Our Latest “Who’s Lying About Hayek Now?” Contestant

HOW DID WE END UP WITH A BARACK OBAMA AS PRESIDENT?

Here is a good part of the explanation.  I might also recommend this book.

macro: Roger Garrison Takes a Sledge Hammer to Brad DeLong’s Latest Trade Cycle “Argument”

That’s my impression, but you be the judge.

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The tendency of interpreting the results of spontaneous processes as being directed by some one ‘will’, or being producible by design, is deeply engrained in the structure of primitive human thinking. — F. A. Hayek

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