Category: Milton Friedman

Museum of Neoliberalism

Patrick Newman on Rothbard and his Critics

Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem


Rent control is back in favour in @nzlabour @NZGreens

Milton Friedman marshalls arguements against market socialism and workers’ cooperatives

The White Ignorance of Milton Friedman

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White people have the luxury of not thinking about race if they don’t want to. Marginalized people, on the other hand, are forced to think about their own oppression all the time if they want to get by in the world. One way to think about this luxury is what philosopher Charles Mills calls “white ignorance.” In scholarship, one way the white ignorance is displayed is by white scholars, whom Critical Race Theorist Richard Delgado called “imperial scholars,” who ignore the scholarship of people of color. The poster child for white ignorance may well be Milton Friedman.

Milton Friedman was one of the most famous economists of the twentieth century. The leading light of the “Chicago School of Economics,” the most influential economics department in the world, Nobel prize-winner in Economics in 1976. If there were an All-Star team of economists, Friedman would be in the…

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