First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
`… as passionate and disputatious as anything he has written. As well as adding up to a powerful manifesto against socialism, it is a fully accessible account of many of the main strands of Mr Hayek's thinking. Politicians … no longer have any excuse for ignoring what he has actually said … One of the outstanding political philosophers of this century has written a concise summation of his work: Hayek for everyman. It deserves to be read.' - The Economist
`His arguments are well structured, clearly expressed and, at all times, provocative. His followers will admire the trenchant critique of socialism; his enemies will find his work challenging … It should not be ignored by anyone concerned with contemporary political discourse and economic developments in the modern world.' - Political Studies
`This is a book from which we can all learn, and have our understanding of society widened and enriched by extensive analysis embodied in trenchant analysis.' - Policy
`…this rich and provocative book' - Ethics