F. A. Hayek's essay "Individualism: True and False" overflows with insights that belong in any brief on behalf of the free society. As the title suggests, Hayek wished to distinguish two markedly different philosophies associated with the label individualism: one that rejected rationalism and one that embraced it. Sheldon Richman examines what Hayek's insights can teach us today.
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