Hayek, the Stones, Beckham … and Kotter?

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April 21, 2013
Liberty Unbound
by Robert H. Miller  
Posted in Commentary

"Nobel Prize winning economist Friedrich Hayek died in 1992 at the hoary age of 92. He lived long enough to have heard the Beatles and Rolling Stones, perhaps seen an episode or two of Welcome Back, Kotter, the 1970s situation comedy centered on the travails of a high school teacher and his 'at-risk' students; but not long enough to experience the rise of European soccer’s invasion of the US, personified by the move of England’s David Beckham’s to the Los Angeles Galaxy team in 2007 -- for a slightly exaggerated $250 million price." (04/18/13)


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