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That was very generous of Samuelson, if only he could have been equally civil about Friedman and von Mises! Hazlitt made an impression on the not so young Karl Popper: he reviewed "The Open Society and its Enemies" and gave it a big tick apart from some of the economics. Popper wrote a letter to Hazlitt which is reproduced in "After the Open Society" eds Shearmur and Turner, saying he had revised his ideas on the desirability of full employment.

I probably should mention that the latest volume of Critical Rationalist Papers is "Karl Popper and the Austrian Economists". Published last week, with a five star ecological rating, it is made from recycled electrons!


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