Milton Friedman argued to end federal controls on rents, wages, and prices. He sought to abolish the draft, cut taxes, and legalize the private ownership of gold. And all of this became so. Friedman forced us to rethink assumptions, such as the Phillips Curve's presumption of a trade-off between unemployment and inflation, and became a guide for fledgling market economies around the world. How did such a tiny man have such a giant impact? Read my article @ City Journal on how the best salesmen of great ideas is a good man.
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