serfdom


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the state of a serf

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His new market economy is abolishing serfdom on the steppes.
Finally, and most remarkably, after Keynes read The Road to Serfdom, he sent Hayek a letter in which he said,
As Hayek ([1944] 2007: 115) warned in The Road to Serfdom, giving an executive agency (or legislature) the discretion to bestow benefits and burdens on known recipients is a recipe for partiality:
CHITRAL, July 25 -- The Ameer of JUI (F), Maulana Fazl-Ur-Rehman has said that an unannounced curfew was in practice in the country, as a pro-American government had pushed it into abyss of another serfdom of America wanted to transfer war against terrorism on Pakistani soil.
CHITRAL, July 24, 2010 (Frontier Star): The Ameer of JUI (F), Maulana Fazl-Ur-Rehman has said that an unannounced curfew was in practice in the Country, as a pro-American government had pushed it into abyss of another serfdom of America wanted to transfer war against terrorism on Pakistani soil.
Hayek (1899-1992), published a short work entitled The Rodd to Serfdom, a book perhaps more relevant today than when it was written.
The spark that placed this mentality in the public domain was the publication of Hayek's Road to Serfdom in March 1944.
The notion of private or bilateral vassalic relationships gives way in chapter three ("Voluntary Serfdom and Marmoutier in Touraine") to the reality of social mobility, freedom, and diversity in this medieval period.
Friedrich Hayek wrote The Road to Serfdom during World War II to warn the West that intellectuals and policymakers in traditionally free countries, including Britain and the United States, were repeating the journey that their counterparts in totalitarian countries, especially Germany and Italy, had traveled before the war.
Matt Welch engages in hyperbole himself when he characterizes Hayek's thesis in The Road to Serfdom as "manifestations of collectivism even in market-based democracies lead inexorably down the road to tyranny," considering that Hayek advocates some lite-collectivist policies in that book ("The Uses of Hyperbole," August/September).
One law for them and another for us has never been shoved down our throats so forcibly since the days of serfdom and transportation to Oz.
China's government on Tuesday stepped up its increasingly strident tone on Tibet, calling the Dalai Lama a liar and criminal who is plotting to reintroduce serfdom in Tibet.
She has sown the seeds for deeper discussions on slavery, including moden day serfdom.
His Road to Serfdom was a key text of the emerging New Right, which combines an emphasis on free markets, limited government, and individual liberty with personal moral restraint and respect for tradition and religion.
O'Riordon, took centuries to work their way out of serfdom, still can vote for a party, anxious to enslave them.