Category Archives: Road to Serfdom

26 days on the Amazon top 10 list

Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom has just concluded an amazing run of 26 straight days on Amazon’s list of the top ten bestselling books in America.

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5 books — the Governor of Indiana

Mitch Daniels on The Road to Serfdom. From the interview: You’re a sitting governor [of Indiana], you’ve been an OMB [US Office of Management and Budget] director and you deal day to day with people who want to plan stuff … Continue reading

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A new audio edition of The Road to Serfdom releases tomorrow, July 1

A new audio edition of F. A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom read by William Hughes is due for release tomorrow, July 1.

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Tom DiLorenzo & the Mises Institute offer an online course on Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom

The 5 week course begins Monday, July 5th.  You can read about the course and sign up here. Professor DiLorenzo has penned a  brief introductory essay “Hayek’s Road to Serfdom, despotism then and now” explaining the significance of Hayek’s The … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite Hayek book?

Russ Roberts says his favorite is The Fatal Conceit. Tom Peters is also a big fan of the book: “I am not one of those people who tends to read books multiple times. But [Hayek’s] The Fatal Conceit I find … Continue reading

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Russ Roberts & Bryan Caplan discuss Hayek & Richter

The Road to Serfdom and Pictures of a Socialist Future are the topic of this morning’s EconTalk podcast.

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