F.A. Hayek: The Road to Serfdom (intr. Milton Friedman, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1994) As distinguished emigrés go, Hayek writes a prose that is gratifyingly lucid, particularly in comparison with the indigestible Marcuse. There are, however, lapses as in, "The definitely antagonistic attitude which most planners take toward internationalism is further explained by the fact that in the existing world all outside contacts of a group are obstacles to their effectively planning the sphere in which they can attempt it." (p.157) Attempt what?