Monthly Archives: February 2011

NGRAM — SPONTANEOUS ORDER

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NGRAM — THE RULE OF LAW

Hayek’s first began writing about “The Rule of Law” in 1938, in his paper “Freedom and the Economic System”, which was expanded into his influential discussion of the rule of law found in The Road to Serfdom.

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WHAT DOES HAYEK HAVE TO TELL US ABOUT UNIONS AND RIGHT TO WORK LEGISLATION?

Timothy Carney offers an analysis.

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VIDEO – “THE HAYEK PROPHECIES”

Has anyone seen this?  It’s a 60 minute interview with Friedrich Hayek conducted in the early 1980s by investment manager Kenneth Gerbino, who headed an organization he’d created called the American Economic Council at the time of the interview.  He’s … Continue reading

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CAPTCHA PROBLEM FIXED

Comments are back open for business. My apologies for the software glitch.

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NGRAM — “ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY”

The quotation header to chapter 10 of Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom, published in 1944, is Lord Acton’s line, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

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