Monthly Archives: June 2009

wikipedia: Can We Improve the Hayek Wikipedia Entry?

I’ve written and edited a good deal of the Friedrich Hayek Wikipedia entry over the last few years. By the magic of the Wikipedia unplanned collaborative process, the entry has become something better than I or any other single person planned … Continue reading

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college: If They Can Teach Marx, Marcuse & Millet — and Derrick Bell, Michel Foucault & Bell Hooks

The colleges can damn well teach Hayek. So why don’t they?

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video: Peter Schiff with Jon Stewart & Glenn Beck

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Peter Schiff thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Newt Gingrich Unedited Interview

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course: Political Economy 101 at UC-Berkeley

From the new draft course outline of Political Economy 101 at UC-Berkeley: “Tentatively and provisionally, the teaching staff believe that all versions of the course taught should cover the thoughts and approaches of John Maynard Keynes, Karl Polanyi, Friedrich Hayek, Charles … Continue reading

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macro: Friedrich Hayek vs Milton Friedman

Roger Garrison has an excellent little article out comparing the monetary economics of Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman — “Hayek and Friedman:  Head to Head” (pdf).

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video: Bill Whittle Takes Burkian Social Theory and Hayek’s Division of Knowledge Argument

Where no man has gone before.   ht: Instapundit.

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