Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hayek vs Friedman: The Tale of the Tape

Get ready to rumble — Charles Rowley takes the measure of Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman: For an economist to make a real impact, in my opinion, four ingredients are necessary.  The first ingredient is genius, the ability to see through the fog … Continue reading

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Philosopher Ronald White on The Road to Serfdom

An ethics professor looks at Hayek’s bestselling classic — Part 1, Part 2, and Continuing.

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The Decline & Fall of the Chicago School of Economics

Charles Rowley on the unfolding tragedy — Intro, Part 1 and continuing.

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Barack Obama — A Semantic Investigation

Jonah Golberg on the Orwellian linguistic politics of Barack Obama and his fellow neosocialists: There was little prospect, Hayek wrote, of America or the Western democracies deliberately embracing what he called the “hot socialism” of the Soviets. “Yet though hot … Continue reading

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Arnold Kling on the Mainstream Leftist Consensus

Is the debate over expanding government settled?  In Kling’s estimation, not likely: one can make a case that recent decades have vindicated Hayek more than Keynes, Galbraith, or any other icon of the left .. The problem with those who … Continue reading

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Antony Flew

An appreciation.  More links here.

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