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Freedom and Serfdom

Author : A. Hunold
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caused in the western camp. A further factor which operates to our disadvantage is the fact that in our democracies the role played by the mass of uprooted humanity is becoming increasingly important, and the problem of control and guidance of the masses still seems to be far from being solved. To all these burning questions an answer is given in this volume, Freedom and Serfdom, which contains a selection from the best contributions of world-renowned social economists, sociologists, philosophers and exponents of the political sciences, published for the first time in the English language. It is at this very moment that a work such as this, dedicated to the moral and intellectual struggle against communism and an analysis of our own democratic institu tions, is of particular and urgent importance. For it is imperative, surely, that we should use to the best possible advantage the relatively short time vouchsafed us by the sobering effects of the Paris con ference, before our opponents succeed once again in lulling us into a sense of complacent security. The purpose of this volume is not only to make a contribution towards the scientific clarification of some of the burning problems of the age, but also to instil a sense of urgency and vigilance, particularly in the younger generation, and to imbue them with courage and an eager readiness to fight for the ideals of the western world.

Freedom s Price

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It is usually claimed that serfs were oppressed and unfree, but is this assumption true? lFreedom's Price, building on a new reading of archival material, attempts a fundamental re-appraisal of the continuing orthodoxy that a 'serf' economy embodied peasant exploitation. By locating Prussian serfdom and reforms in a pan-European context, and within debates about the nature of economic development, feudalism, and capitalism, lFreedom's Price targets a wideraudience of early modern and modern European historians, economic historians, and interested general readers.

Freedom and Serfdom

Author : A. Hunold
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caused in the western camp. A further factor which operates to our disadvantage is the fact that in our democracies the role played by the mass of uprooted humanity is becoming increasingly important, and the problem of control and guidance of the masses still seems to be far from being solved. To all these burning questions an answer is given in this volume, Freedom and Serfdom, which contains a selection from the best contributions of world-renowned social economists, sociologists, philosophers and exponents of the political sciences, published for the first time in the English language. It is at this very moment that a work such as this, dedicated to the moral and intellectual struggle against communism and an analysis of our own democratic institu tions, is of particular and urgent importance. For it is imperative, surely, that we should use to the best possible advantage the relatively short time vouchsafed us by the sobering effects of the Paris con ference, before our opponents succeed once again in lulling us into a sense of complacent security. The purpose of this volume is not only to make a contribution towards the scientific clarification of some of the burning problems of the age, but also to instil a sense of urgency and vigilance, particularly in the younger generation, and to imbue them with courage and an eager readiness to fight for the ideals of the western world.

Freedom and Serfdom b an Anthology of Western Thoughts

Author : Albert Hunold
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Freedom and Serfdom an Anthology of Western Thoughts

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The Decline of Serfdom in Late Medieval England

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An exciting, fresh look at one of the most important questions of medieval scholarship - the decline of serfdom and its implications.

Milk Quotas

Author : David Robertson Harvey
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Freedom Or Serfdom

Author : Hal Lillywhite
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The Issue is Freedom: The liberty our founders gave us, or an increasingly intrusive government. If we give up our freedom, what will that do to our lives and our economy? At 390 pages plus an extensive index, this book presents what is undoubtedly the most comprehensive case for freedom and against statism available today. Every citizen should read it. Statism is the belief that government should control our lives. It is manifest in socialism, communism, dictatorship, and simple unlimited government. It is the opposite of freedom. Statism assumes that our leaders will be wise and moral enough to do what is best. In practice, those leaders are neither wiser nor more moral than the average citizen. Statism assumes that the central planner can decide more wisely than can the person on the scene. In practice, one-size-fits-all regulations really fit nowhere. Statism assumes that government functionaries can effectively manage the entire economy. In practice, that economy is so complex that effective central management is impossible. Statism constructs wonderful theories and applies them to the people, be those people in agreement or not. In practice, those theories make shipwreck on the rocks of reality - but statists ignore that and insist that their theories are still good. This book is a manual for supporting liberty and fighting creeping statism.

Freedom and Serfdom An Anthology of Western Thought Edited by Albert Hunold Translated by R H Stevens

Author : Albert HUNOLD
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Serfdom

Author : George E. Conatore
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The Busch Line

Author : Harold R. Busch
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Freedom and Serfdom An Anthology of Western Thought Ed and Pref by A Hunold With Contribs of C Antoni H Barth H Kohn A o Transl by R H Stevens

Author : A. Hunold
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The Claims of Labour Or Serfdom Wagedom and Freedom

Author : Wordsworth Donisthorpe
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The Road to Serfdom

Author : Friedrich August Hayek
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Hayek argues convincingly that, while socialist ideals may be tempting, they cannot be accomplished except by means that few would approve of.

The Road from Serfdom

Author : Rafał Krawczyk
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Socialist Freedom Or Capitalist Serfdom

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From Serfdom to Freedom

Author : Stan G. Jones
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The Claims of Labour Or Serfdom Wagedom and Freedom

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Capitalism vs Freedom

Author : Rob Larson
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For years, we’ve been taught that capitalism is good for freedom. Dominant right-wing talk radio hosts to this day recommend “libertarian” classics like Hayek’s Road to Serfdom and Friedman’s Capitalism and Freedom that claim markets free us, and this picture still dominates the schools and the political spectrum. Well get bent, one percent, because Rob Larson’s Capitalism vs. Freedom: The Toll Road to Serfdom puts big business under a microscope. This book debunks the conservative classics while demonstrating that the marketplace has its own great centers of power, which the libertarian tradition itself claims is a limit to freedom. In fact, Larson illustrates how capitalism fails both this and other concepts of human liberty, not just failing to establish a right to a share of society’s production, but also leaving us subject to the great power plays of the one percent’s corporate property.

From Serfdom to Freedom

Author : Pae Ho Hahn
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