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Leo Rosten interviews Friedrich A. Hayek (Part II)


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Relating his professional contacts to his research, Dr. Hayek tells several anecdotes and describes the influence of numerous colleagues on his work. Tracing the rise of Keynesianism, Dr. Hayek recounts how his review of The General Theory was ignored. Dr. Hayek examines the rise and fall of Keynesianism, how Keynes’s ideas evolved throughout his career, and his perceived ability to manipulate public opinion. Hayek's rejection of Freudianism is explored and he explains the differences of opinion he had with Ludwig von Mises.

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Interview with Friedrich A. Hayek by Leo Rosten (Part II)
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