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Title: A question on tactics to Jason Soren and others
Post by: Terry 1956 on September 01, 2003, 10:17:04 am
 Jason( and any other person) have you read Hayeks" The Intellectuals and Socialism"? If so what do you think?
Title: Re:A question on tactics to Jason Soren and others
Post by: JasonPSorens on September 01, 2003, 10:19:42 am
Jason( and any other person) have you read Hayeks" The Intellectuals and Socialism"? If so what do you think?

Yes, I have, and used it as a springboard for this essay:

http://www.patriotist.com/miscarch/js20030113.htm
Title: Re:A question on tactics to Jason Soren and others
Post by: Terry 1956 on September 01, 2003, 10:27:53 am
Jason( and any other person) have you read Hayeks" The Intellectuals and Socialism"? If so what do you think?

Yes, I have, and used it as a springboard for this essay:

http://www.patriotist.com/miscarch/js20030113.htm
                                                                               
Good essay for those who have not read the Hayek pamplet I suggest it. I have the IEA  booklet with the into by John Blundell
Title: Re:A question on tactics to Jason Soren and others
Post by: Terry 1956 on September 01, 2003, 10:37:09 am
Jason( and any other person) have you read Hayeks" The Intellectuals and Socialism"? If so what do you think?

Yes, I have, and used it as a springboard for this essay:

http://www.patriotist.com/miscarch/js20030113.htm
                                                                               
Good essay for those who have not read the Hayek pamplet I suggest it. I have the IEA  booklet with the into by John Blundell
   Bludell tells the story of advice Hayek gave to Anthony Fisher( the founder of the Atlas society).     Also I have been reading some on constitutional economics such as the stuff by James Bucanan( a fellow Tennessian). I think constitutional economics would be  very important to a free state.