Milton Friedman Remembered

Milton Friedman, a Nobel Prize winner, architect and leading advocate of free markets, and one of the most important economists of the 20th century, died this past week at 94.

The University of Chicago, where Friedman taught since 1946, has collected a series of articles reviewing his life and accomplishments. Along similar lines, Stanford’s Hoover Institution, with which Friedman was affiliated from 1977 until his death, has posted a page that includes links to videos featuring the economist. (Look for the videos under the area called "Publications.")

Finally, from the Youtube archives, you can see a short clip from 1980, where we find a younger Milton Friedman and Don Rumsfeld in conversation.

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