Group Tyranny: Can We Escape?

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Friedrich A. Hayek
1994 | Atlas Economic Research Foundation (UK) | Duration:..

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The social phenomenon known as group tyranny has negative effects on individual development. Friedrich A. Hayek's thoughts on this social problem and how to solve it through decentralized social cooperation are discussed in this video. Hayek also examines the role of freedom in the extended order, its effects on progress, and the impact of the dissemination of classical liberal thought around the world.
Atlas Economic Research Foundation (UK)
Digitized by New Media-UFM.  Guatemala, March 2011
Director: Suzanne Campbell-Jones; narrator: Eben Wilson; Hayek: Wolf Kahler; research: Kate Riley, David Mansanares, Sarah Penny, Peter Watts; stills research: John Raybould; production manager: Deborah Kermode; production accountant: Rebecca Philpott; sound: Steeve Beech, John Collins, Alfonso Porres, Mark Ritchie, Eric Williams; dubbing mixer: Andrew Sears; camera: Jeff Cordia, Guillermo Escalon, Chip Goebert, Tim Johnson, Tom Zannes; on-line editor: Bill Ogden; editor: Paul Bernays; written and produced by: Eben Wilson

Conversion: Mario Estrada; index: Sergio Bustamente; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Daphne Ortiz, Sofía Díaz
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Initial credits
Introduction by Norman Barry
Dangers of income redistribution
Reactions to a new golf course in New Mexico
Collective or public interest
Political coercion in public issues
Tyranny of the majority
Quote Friedrich A. Hayek
Worldwide dissemination of classical liberal ideas
Classical liberal ideas at Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Study of Hayek's logic of social cooperation
Manuel F. Ayau on the importance of Hayek's ideas
Importance of freedom in society
Hayek's view of freedom
Epistemological legacy
Benefits of social cooperation in the extended order
Quote Friedrich A. Hayek
Final credits

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