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The West should rediscover Hayek and end the lockdowns

11 September 2021

3:22 PM

11 September 2021

3:22 PM

Friedrich Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom is famed as one of the most effective takedowns of the socialist planned economy. Although published in 1944, Hayek’s arguments have never been more relevant as citizens around the world forfeit their freedoms in exchange for security in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hayek’s book, contrary to popular opinion, was addressed to the people of Britain rather than the socialist Soviet Union.

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