Milton Friedman

Milton Friedman

by Eamonn Butler
     
 

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Milton Friedman: controversial Nobel economist and advocate of free markets and libertarian social policy.

Friedman was an intellectual inspiration of Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan and former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, making him one of the main intellectual influences in late 20th century politics. This new book will place Friedman in the context of

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Milton Friedman: controversial Nobel economist and advocate of free markets and libertarian social policy.

Friedman was an intellectual inspiration of Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan and former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, making him one of the main intellectual influences in late 20th century politics. This new book will place Friedman in the context of the politics and economics of today.

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ISBN-13:
9780876634769
Publisher:
Universe Publishing
Publication date:
09/01/1985
Series:
Institute for Human Studies of Political Economists
Pages:
256

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