Sunday, April 21, 2019

The Tense Back and Forth Between F.A. Hayek and William F. Buckley


  1. I, too, have a hard time with Hayek's verbose and stilted writing style. I am still unable to get through "The Road to Serfdom" (although I have read many works by Ludwig von Mises, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Rothbard, Nock, and others). I remember early on in that book, I was astounded to come across a run-on sentence that literally took up a third of the page!

    1. I agree with this too. The Road to Serfdom just didn't do it for me. Rothbard is much better. Albert Jay Nock did more for me in "Our Enemy, the State." I could list a whole lot more too.