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Friedrich A. Hayek
Freedom's Philosopher
Friedrich A. Hayek believed that the concept of social justice had evil effects on society and that it would have to be avoided in order to pursue progress through liberal ideas. In this video it is shown the Guatemalan case of central planning and government control, which proves Hayek's predictions by the enormous amount of state monopoly justified with the so-called social justice as their moral standard.

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Documentary. An insightful look at Friedrich A. Hayek's life, family, and education, and the enduring impact of his ideas.
Produced by the Adam Smith Institute
Collection of interviews produced by the Institute of Economic Affairs in 1997.
 

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