In 1980 I read the book FREE TO CHOOSE by Milton Friedman and it really enlightened me a tremendous amount. I suggest checking out these episodes and transcripts of Milton Friedman’s film series FREE TO CHOOSE: 3,453 more words
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Birthday Tribute to Milton Friedman: Milton Friedman’s 7 Most Notable Quotes (More links to Friedman articles than anywhere else!!)
Open letter to President Obama (Part 638) "The Tyranny of Control" in Milton Friedman's FREE TO CHOOSE Part 3 of 7 (Transcript and Video) "When anyone complains about unfair competition, consumers beware, That is really a cry for special privilege always at the expense of the consumer"
Open letter to President Obama (Part 638) (Emailed to White House on July 22, 2013)
President Obama c/o The White House
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H/T Gavin Kennedy at Adam Smith’s Lost Legacy
“I am appalled … by the extent to which there has been a tendency for economics to become a purely abstract branch of mathematics, no longer to be a political economy concerned with the facts of the real world but an intellectual exercise” (Milton Friedman 1985).