Back on the Road to Serfdom: The Resurgence of Statism
edited by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
From the back cover:
In 1944 economist F.A. Hayek published his groundbreaking warning about the dangers
of statism, The Road to Serfdom.
Now, with the statist menace reemerging in force, bestselling author Thomas E.
Woods Jr. and ten other writers sound the alarm for a new generation. This brilliantly
argued book reveals the insidious threats to prosperity, opportunity, individual liberty,
and civil society.
Brian Domitrovic, “Economic Policy and the Road to Serfdom: The Watershed of 1913”
Carey Roberts, “Hamiltonianism: The Origins of the Modern State”
Per Bylund, “The Modern Welfare State: Leading the Way on the Road to Serfdom”
Antony P. Mueller, “The Origins of the Crisis”
Mark Brandly, “The Dangers of Protectionism”
Dane Stangler, “Entrepreneurship and Government”
Timothy P. Carney, “The Cultural Costs of Corporatism: How Government-Business
Collusion Denigrates the Entrepreneur and Rewards the Sycophant”
John Larrivee, “It’s Not the Markets, It’s the Morals: How Excessively Blaming Markets
Undermines Civil Society”
Gerard Casey, “Religion, the Market, and the State”
Paul A. Cantor, “The Road to Cultural Serfdom: America’s First Television Czar”