The Road to Serfdom

@article{Catlin1944TheRT,
  title={The Road to Serfdom},
  author={George Catlin},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1944},
  volume={154},
  pages={473-474}
}
  • George Catlin
  • Published 1944
  • Nature
  • THERE are some who regard this War as liable to become economically a war against the middle class, as indeed the War of 1914ndash;18 was as touching the middle classes in Germany. Even were this the case I do not know that it would greatly awaken my sympathy. By their chauvinistic short-sightedness they have ‘asked for’ their own extinction. They correspond to the national phase in human development. They made the National State and will perish with it. However, Prof. Hayek undertakes to show… CONTINUE READING
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