Utterly Different From What We Expected

 
Friedrich Hayek

We are ready to accept almost any explanation of the present crisis of our civilization except one: that the present state of the world may be the result of genuine error on our own part and that the pursuit of some of our most cherished ideals has apparently produced results utterly different from those which we expected.

— Friedrich Hayek, The Road to Serfdom

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