In his neo-Confederate "Mein Kampf," Whither Solid South, Charles Wallace Collins quoted a full paragraph from Hayek's The Road to Serfdom regarding the emptying out of the meaning of words.
My instinct would be not to condemn Hayek for the politics of those who quote him. Even the Devil quotes Shakespeare.
But after taking another look at the Look magazine comic book edition of Hayek's tome, I realized that Collins's depiction of full employment as a sinister Stalinist plot was, after all, remarkably faithful to the comic-book version of Hayek's argument. With only a little digging, one can readily infer that what the comic book refers to as "The Plan" is a policy also known as full employment (or, if you want to get specific, William Beveridge's Full Employment in a Free Society). "Planners" translates as cartoon Hayek's alias for Keynesian economists and their political acolytes.