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Hayek and Friedman : Head to Head

@inproceedings{Garrison2007HayekAF,
  title={Hayek and Friedman : Head to Head},
  author={Roger W. Garrison},
  year={2007}
}
In the grand battle of ideas, F. A. Hayek and Milton Friedman were, at the same time, soul mates and adversaries. Hayek’s Constitution of Liberty (1960) and Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom (1962) are rightly seen as companion volumes. By contrast, Hayek’s Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle ([1928] 1975) and Friedman’s Optimum Quantity of Money and Other Essays (1969) are worlds apart. The tenets of classical liberalism unite these two thinkers; the methods and substance of the their… 

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