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Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Robert D. White - Goodreads

A great overview about all that's wonderful about free enterprise and the"friction" caused by the governmental regulations and interference. 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  - Keptavista - Goodreads

Great book highly reccomended to anyone, even if you are not interested in economics you will find this book interesting. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Ken Hales - Goodreads

Oh, I so, so wish the US worked the way Milton Friedman says it should. It is very frustrating to see ignorant (or corrupt) leaders running our country, voted for by the ignorant majority. Sigh. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Gavin - Goodreads

Very good. It lays out a list of constitutional amendments that would surely improve our nation. 1 of many great things that I learned from this book is that even though a constitution is meaningless ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Manuja - Goodreads

“Our society is what we make it. We can shape our institutions. Physical and human characteristics limit the alternatives available to us. But none prevents us, if we will, from building a society ... Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Linda Hart - Goodreads

Non-fiction. A brilliant mind defends liberty, a free-market system and fundamental good economics. He argues that freedom is lost when ecnomics are out of control. Anyone who is living outside their means know this is true, and it applies to society at large and to government. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Mitchell - Goodreads

Essential read for any American, and good for readers world-wide. Allies to economic and political freedom, not just in the United States, but around the globe, Milton and Rose deserve high honor. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Mat Anderson - Goodreads

Another great interweaving of economics and reality. Read full review

Review: Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

User Review  - Eric T. - Goodreads

I am not a Friedmanite but I cannot help but think about the time period in which this books was written, the late 1970s. Government encroachment on free enterprise very well could have seemed ... Read full review


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