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If I remember correctly, Mises cited Counter-Revolution very favorably

Concerning Hayek's assertion that he was influenced by Mises's conclusions but not his arguments — I second that. Me too.

But does this open a gap into which a critic could charge? Does it suggest that Hayek and I pick our conclusions first and then go looking for arguments to support those conclusions?

I am willing to come out of the closet and admit; indeed I seem built that way.

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