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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/15212/henry-hazlitt-on-tv-in-1951/

Henry Hazlitt on TV in 1951

January 3, 2011 by

h/t England’sFreedom

{ 4 comments }

Marc Abela January 3, 2011 at 4:12 pm

Great! Thanks for the posting. BTW, we find more and more “Ludwig von Mises Speaks” posts on YouTube (with his voice, either through speeches and/or recorded material) – but very few with him in “image” (video/interview/etc). Anyone knows what are the reasons behind this scarcity (absence)? Hayek is there, Hazlitt is there, along many others – but no videos (it seems) of Mises in sight…

RTB January 3, 2011 at 11:03 pm

Cool. I’ve always considered Henry Hazlitt the best communicator of Austrian thought and it’s great to see a video of him. Ludwig von Mises was the thinker and originator and not too shabby himself, Human Action being the greatest book ever written in my opinion, but Mr. Hazlitt put it in a way that everybody could understand (Perhaps it was the language barrier?).

RTB January 3, 2011 at 11:09 pm

I might add in regards to the actual content of the program: The more things “change” the more they stay the same.

Chu-hua Zhu January 4, 2011 at 5:55 am

Hazlitt is great in this, honest and not prone to policy wonking; but the right-wing hawkism of the left-most host is pretty patent.
“If we pulled out resistance to Communism would pretty much collapse.”
Hazlitt: “That’s hard to say. I don’t know just what the effect of our being there has.”

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