The conservative movement said goodbye to two leaders last week. Constantine Menges died of cancer last Sunday and Laurence Hayek, son of F.A. Hayek, died Thursday at the age of 70.
Menges was a senior intelligence adviser to President Reagan, and the architect of the Grenada mission. He was in the business of rolling back Communism before many thought it could or should be done. The Washington Times wrote:
Constantine's goal in life was to devise strategies for defeating tyrannies, just as V.I. Lenin and Leon Trotsky had devised strategies to create them. He was a professional revolutionary on the side of freedom.
He was also a Hudson Institute senior fellow. Check here for his most recent work.
In remembrance of Laurence Hayek, HayekLinks has rounded up an exhaustive list of Web resources on F.A. Hayek.