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Free to Choose - A Personal Statement is still as relevant today as when it first came out 1/3 century ago. Nobel laureate Milton Friedman maintains that the free market works best for all members of a society and explained this with characteristic charm and clarity. Published in 1980, the 297 page book contains 10 chapters and was a U.S. best seller for 5 weeks. The TV series first aired in 1980 in 10 parts, and updated in 5 parts in 1990 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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A playlist of "Free to Choose," in 10 parts. Each video is about 58 minutes in length. The 1980 series. There has been an updated 1990 series in 5 parts, generally updating only the first 6 parts.
The 10 video chapters:
- The Power of the Market,
- The Tyranny of Control,
- Anatomy of Crisis,
- From Cradle to Grave,
- Created Equal,
- What's Wrong with Our Schools?
- Who Protects the Consumer?
- Who Protects the Worker?
- How to Cure Inflation,
- How to Stay Free.
To Watch the Entire Free to Choose series: http://commonsensecapitalism.blogspot.com/p/free-to-choose.html Website: http://commonsensecapitalism.blogspot.com...
The 5 video chapters:
- The Power of the Market – Intro by Arnold Schwarzenegger,
- The Tyranny of Control – Intro by George Shultz,
- The Failure of Socialism – Intro by Ronald Reagan,
- What's Wrong With Our Schools – Intro by David Friedman,
- Created Equal – Intro by Steve Allen.
Milton Friedman - Free to Choose (Wolny Wybór) (1990) Vol. 1/5 - The Power Of The Market © 2011 Free To Choose Network Napisy: cearleaUPR (google: grupa UPR)
Free to Choose (1980) is a book (ISBN 978-0-15-633460-0) and a ten-part television series broadcast on public television by economists Milton and Rose D. Friedman that advocates free market principles. It was primarily a response to an earlier landmark book and television series: The Age of Uncertainty, by the noted economist John Kenneth Galbraith. Milton Friedman won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1976.
Free to Choose: A Personal Statement maintains that the free market works best for all members of a society, provides examples of how the free market engenders prosperity, and maintains that it can solve problems where other approaches have failed. Published in January 1980, the 297 page book contains 10 chapters. The book was on the United States best sellers list for 5 weeks. PBS telecast the series, beginning in January 1980.
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