The Constitution of Liberty

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The Constitution of Liberty

By F. A. Hayek
University of Chicago Press, 1960
569 pp. $7.50

Professor Hayek, who defines himself as "an unrepentant Old Whig," here develops and expands on themes appearing in his earlier "The Road to Serfdom": the premises of freedom, the institutions necessary to secure individual liberty and a critique of the welfare state.

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