The New Road to Serfdom by Daniel Hannan
A Letter of Warning to America

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In World War II, American soldiers went overseas to rescue England from the Nazi menace. Now, with America threatened from within by the specter of social democracy, British politician Daniel Hannan returns the favor. The New Road to Serfdom is a must-read rallying cry for Tea Party activists, fans of Mark Levin’s Tyranny and Liberty, and anyone who has seen Hannan’s hard-hitting interviews with Hannity & Colmes, Neil Cavuto, and Glenn Beck. A former president of the Oxford Conservative Association, and a member of the EU Parliament, Hannan has the insight and experience to help America recapture its distinctive ideals and avoid turning into a socialist state.

 

About Daniel Hannan

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Daniel Hannan is a writer and a politician. He contributes to several newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal and the London Daily Telegraph. A former president of the Oxford University Conservative Association, he was elected to the European Parliament in 1999, at the age of twenty-seven, and has been reelected twice.
 
Published September 28, 2010 by HarperCollins e-books. 228 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Hannan's timely warning to America on the perils of European socialism.

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Dan Hannan, MEP, wit, and orator has written — in The New Road to Serfdom, an update to libertarian influence The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich von Hayek — a plea to Americans not to take path that the EU has taken.

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The stream is sometimes filled with blood from people killing, stealing, shouting and doing the things historians usually record, while on the banks, unnoticed, people build homes, make love, raise children, sing songs, write poetry and even whittle statues.

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