Freedom Under Planning

  title={Freedom Under Planning},
  author={F. Knight},
  journal={Journal of Political Economy},
  pages={451 - 454}
  • F. Knight
  • Published 1 October 1946
  • Economics
  • Journal of Political Economy
THIS book combines informed good sense and real wisdom with superficiality and pretentious (one might almost say fraudulent) irrelevance, economic and politicalall presented with verve and charm. It is indorsed by Mordecai Ezekiel as "debunking the generalities of Hayek," while a more extreme statement by Charles A. Beard occupies the back of the jacket. Numerous references indicate that it was written as an answer to The Road to Serfdom; yet comparatively little is explicitly said with which… Expand
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