The Road to Serfdom is paved


Mises Economic Blog reports on (Via Marginal Revolution) Via von Hayek.

As one of the commenters noted, it should be a toll road. I hope it is not paved with good intentions.

(Hayek of course wrote The Road to Serfdom, yet another use of transport as a metaphor. The book "warned of the danger of tyranny that inevitably results from government control of economic decision-making through central planning," but has unfortunately been co-opted by those who have not read it.).

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