.. from a Fleet street “economist”. Offering such bogus profundities as this: “There’s a debate to be had on the boundaries between private and public. But it’s hard to have it with people who look at a state-run Swedish kindergarten and see a boot stamping on a human face forever.”
A bit of experience reading the British press takes you part of the way on the road toward understanding the environment Hayek was swimming in when he was dealing with Keynes. Reading about the social world of the Cambridge privileged classes during the late years of the Empire takes you a good deal of the rest of the way.