Saving Private Hayek

The following two tabs change content below.
Tweet about this on Twitter0Share on Facebook0Email this to someone

UPDATE: 3:30pm links to other reviews (all great) of the Fukuyama review at end of this postF.A. Hayek continues to be the most mis-characterized economist of all time.  As if Glenn Beck were not doing enough damage, now even someone I greatly respect — Frank Fukuyama– has gotten Hayek wrong yet again. In a review of a new edition of the Constitution of Liberty in the NYT book review, Fukuyama says at the end:In the end, there is a deep contradiction in Hayek’s thought. His great insight is that individual human beings muddle along, making progress by planning, experimenting, trying, failing and trying again. They never have as much clarity about the future as they think they do

See the rest here:
Saving Private Hayek