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Pdf 6. Hayek expressed equally low opinions of the intellectual abilities of Leube, Anthony Fisher and Ronald Reagan (Cubit 2006, 144; Ebenstein 2003, 390, n12). 7. He continued: Sarkozy ‘points out that a state which subsidizes football clubs and refuses to do any economic favors to religions who want to build churches is absurd’. 8. UCLA oral history interview with Robert Chitester. 9. Closing Mont Pelerin Society address. 38. 10. UCLA oral history interview with Armen Alchian. 11. Hayek to Angelo Petroni (13 January 1984).
A. von Hayek’; nor in Hayek’s 1956 ‘Tribute to Ludwig von Mises’ (Margit Mises 1984, Appendix 2, Appendix 3; Hülsmann 2007; Kirzner 2001). 8 Nor was it mentioned by Leube (1984) during Hayek’s lifetime – in, for example, his biographical introduction to The Essence of Hayek which Hayek read before publication. Nowhere, it seems, did Hayek or Mises refer to this mission. Mises’ stepdaughter, Gitta Sereny (1995, 325), reported that a communist who had fled Vienna as the Nazis arrived was ‘sent back in 1941 on a mission’, captured and beheaded.
8 Nor was it mentioned by Leube (1984) during Hayek’s lifetime – in, for example, his biographical introduction to The Essence of Hayek which Hayek read before publication. Nowhere, it seems, did Hayek or Mises refer to this mission. Mises’ stepdaughter, Gitta Sereny (1995, 325), reported that a communist who had fled Vienna as the Nazis arrived was ‘sent back in 1941 on a mission’, captured and beheaded. J. 9 Referring to his 1939 trip to Vienna, Hayek (1994, 95) explained that he ‘very anxious to go on an English passport for a holiday to Europe’ because he ‘didn’t want to be suspected of having any special privileges with the Germans’.