A brief list of helpful readings to guide you through the first half of F.A. Hayek’s economic classic, The Road to Serfdom.
About Brittany Hunter
Brittany Hunter is an established writer who contributes to many top Libertarian and Austrian Economics publications. She studied political science with an emphasis in Constitutional studies at Utah Valley University and is currently working toward law school.
In addition to her work for Center for Individualism, Brittany is also an editor at Foundation for Economic Education and contributor for Mises Institute.
Entries by Brittany Hunter
In the wake of natural disasters, mainstream economists love to perpetuate the myth that unnecessary destruction is somehow good for the national economy.
In the American workforce, over 30 percent of jobs require an occupational license before an individual can legally earn a living.
What socialists forget is that the free market is the only vessel from which equal access to our ambitions can be achieved without force.
But once economic control has been seized by the government, the stripping of our individual rights will soon follow. Venezuela is a perfect example.
North Carolina resident, Jasna Bukvic-Bhayani wanted to open a cosmetology school. But the state shut her down before she could even begin.
When this famous Hollywood actor attempted to open his own whiskey distillery, he was met by a maze of government red tape.
Governments will always violate the rule of law, so it is important that as individuals we remember to keep them accountable as much as is humanly possible.
Even though the fear of machinery has recurred throughout history, the reality has never seemed to turn out the way the scaremongers claimed it would.
When it comes to innovative Millennials trying to start new businesses, government regulations are keeping these entrepreneurs from getting ahead.
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