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Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Sandy - Goodreads

Don't agree with all of it and there were a lot of times when I wanted to throw it out, but it's comprehensive, well-thought out, and hangs together really well given his core assumptions (which is where I see some flaws). Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Stanley Arthur - Goodreads

This is arguably viewed as the best work of the two legendary free market economists from the University of Chicago "Chicago School" of economic theory, Milton and Rose Friedman. The so called ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Bader Alhashel - Goodreads

This is a very fascinating political economy book from a Nobel laureate and one of the major economists in the last century. The book presents the argument for free markets and libertarianism. The ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Jonathan S - Goodreads

Really a good book, which gives the insight of economy, free market, trade unions, education, bureaucracy, policies etc., Also gives us the idea why we require above subjects into consideration. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Interesting and very insightful given it was written in 1979. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Krishna - Goodreads

A very good book on Free Markets and light Rightwing Libertarianism. I like this book because Milton Friedman, although someone who clearly favors Capitalism and less Government, explains his views in ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Aaron Freyler - Goodreads

Good, but Friedman is still a little too much utopian. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - M Pereira - Goodreads

Very new to these topics and economic thinking. Might need another read sometime in my life perhaps. Not as good as reading Hayek Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Bettye Forster - Goodreads

If you haven't read this you most surely should. If you have children in high school or college it is important that they read it too. A great way to learn economics! Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Olegs Tkacevs - Goodreads

The book stresses the role of personal and economic freedom and freedom of choice as well as provides with excellent ideas on how to improve economic performance. It did not loose its topicality during 30 years passed since it was published... Read full review


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