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The Constitution of Liberty


In this classic work Hayek restates the ideals of freedom that he believes have guided, and must continue to guide, the growth of Western ... Show synopsis

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Fred W

Hayek For the Individual, for the Economy

by Fred W on Jun 9, 2011

Hayek's Constitution of Liberty is considered his most important work. Thatcher slammed the book down in the House of Lords screaming, "That's what I believe." In this work, Hayek explores deeply the concept of freedom in light of economic considerations and in terms of the value of individuality. Hayek is generally a worthwhile read and best complemented by Karl Popper.


Very valuable book

by Marius on Jun 28, 2007

This is THE book on classical liberty. Could not be further from today's lefty or so-called 'liberal' thinking, while the chapter on 'Why I am not a conservative' is a masterpiece. Wish I had read this book when I was very much younger!

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