Friedrich Hayek: A Biography

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'Ebenstein has provided an educational look at the life and thought of a philosopher who bids fair to have as much intellectual relevance to this century as Marx had to the 20th.' - Washington Post

'...Ebenstein take us on a lively intellectual journey...[an] astute biography. . .' - Wall Street Journal

'...a gripping account...an illustrious exposition of the life of the last century's greatest political philosopher.' - Houston Chronicle

'...an accessible and illuminating review of Hayek's life, philosophy, and accomplishments.' - Washington Times
'A splendid biography of the twentieth century's greatest philosopher of liberty. A well written, sympathetic, yet critical examination of his life and intellectual contributions.' - Milton Friedman, Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Instititution, Stanford University, Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Chicago, and Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, 1976

'It is good to have this solid intellectual biography of Hayek available. It can supplement the several generalized evaluations of Hayek's ideas.' - James M. Buchanan, Advisory General Director of the Center for Study of Public Choice, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at George Mason University and Virginia Tech, and Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, 1986

'...Ebenstein skillfully crafts his history.' - Claremont Review of Books

'...an illustrious exposition of the life of the last century's greatest political philosopher.' - Houston Chronicle

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Friedrich August von Hayek, a reserved Austrian economist, died in 1992. Though largely unrecognized during his lifetime, he is today regarded as a visionary. In 1944, in the wake of the great Depression and with the political left on the ascendant, Hayek published his seminal work, The Road to Serfdom, damning communism and socialism and extolling the free market as the best way around which to organize a society. At the time, it discredited him completely. Today, with the fall of the USSR and the effective end of the communist/socialist state, Hayek does indeed seem like a visionary. His theories have finally been embraced by mainstream economists and his work is extolled by world leaders. In this first-ever biography, Alan Ebenstein lifts the figure of Hayek from the shadows that surrounded him to take the true measure of his accomplishment. In looking at his life, Ebenstein also discusses his major works : The Road to Serfdom, The Constitution of Liberty (1960), Law, Legislation and Liberty (1973-1979), and The Fatal Conceit (1988). This is a monumental piece of work about one of the great thinkers of our time and promises to be the standard work on Hayek for some time to come.

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