Friedrich Hayek Quote

The problems raised by a conscious direction of economic affairs on a national scale inevitably assume even greater dimensions when the same is attempted internationally. The conflict between planning and freedom cannot but become more serious as the similarity of standards and values among those submitted to a unitary plan diminishes.


The Road to Serfdom (1944)

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The problems raised by a conscious direction of economic affairs on a national scale inevitably assume even greater dimensions when the same is...

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