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Milton Friedman’s books and film series really helped form my conservative views. Take a look at one of my favorite films of his:

Image result for milton friedman free to choose“FREE TO CHOOSE” 1: The Power of the Market (Milton Friedman)
Free to Choose ^| 1980 | Milton Friedman

Posted on Monday, July 17, 2006 4:20:46 PM by Choose Ye This Day

FREE TO CHOOSE: The Power of the Market

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