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Why Hayek failed colossally and Keynes and Laski succeeded

A few weeks ago I had critiqued Hayek’s view that think tanks are the way to go to promote liberty.

As I study Laski a bit more, it becomes further clear why Hayek was TOTALLY WRONG on this.

Laski was actively involved in politics – he was chairman of the Labour Party in UK and actively influenced Nehru.

Keynes was actively involved in politics.

ONLY those who actively engage in politics leave a legacy. The others are good students but useless in terms of influencing the world.

 

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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