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User Review  - Pmaurer - LibraryThing

Mystery regarding a woman, accused of abducting her son and hiding him from the husbands powerful family. Corporate secrets are stolen, another woman murdered in place of the heroine, big bucks at stake. Lots of interesting details to sort thro by Barbara Holloway and her father. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Garima Mamgain - Goodreads

The first two chapters of this book are generic and are a very interesting read. When the author turns to specifics it becomes very America centric and at places I found it difficult to relate. The book is an OK read.. I am sure there are many better Milton Friedman books out there. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Luke Terry - Goodreads

I'm not sure if i feel smarter because of this book. This book feels dated and a bit simplified as it was written in the height of the Cold War. Yes we can agree capitalism is better than communism ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Dave/Maggie Bean - Goodreads

Well, thanks, Milt. Great advice. As a nation, we manufacture exactly dick -- and we're up to our collective balls in debt... Way to call 'em, Buddyroo... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Stupidusatmaildotcom - Goodreads

The fact that Friedman even considered basic income (or in this case negative income tax) a worthwhile experiment (which bureaucracy of course messed up royally), proves that a) Friedman wasn't the ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Douglas Graney - Goodreads

Pretty basic overview of the joys of capitalism. However he ignores the idea that the invisible hand sometimes needs regulation. Exhibit A-Wall Street the last few years. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Jarrod Jenkins - Goodreads

I like Friedman's ideas. I just didn't find him to be the best writer of all time. Here he defends the greatness of liberty. It treats individuals as individuals and naturally brings about the most ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Even - Goodreads

There are some political books which can remain relevant for all time...this isn't one of them. Freidman's arguments in this book really show their age. Most have been better and more convincingly ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Lindsay - Goodreads

Cute, because he wrote it with his wife. But not compelling enough to sell me on the school voucher deal. Read full review


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