Many people on the right know who Friedrich Hayek is and have heard of his seminal book, The Road To Serfdom. But far fewer have likely read it. Knowing today's pace of society and work and family obligations by so many of us, reading can be difficult. So here's an attempt to make Hayek's work more accessible. In the spirit of books on tape, below is a reading, in four parts of that book, that everyone, conservative, libertarian, liberal, socialist, communist or whatever, should hear. It's not the actual entire book on tape but the subsequent forward to the 1956 edition.