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Free to Choose by Milton Friedman
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May 13, 2010

it was amazing

A powerful and fairly well-written book by one of the great Austrian schooled economists on how the free market is more efficient and beneficial to not only the individual but society as a whole rather than centralized planning, in almost all if not all areas of society. He offers excellent advice in reducing the size of government by not focusing on single issues, but instead fighting the multiheaded hydra at the base by bills such as balanced budget amendments. Today we would augment that with ending centralized banking, such as we see with the Federal Reserve.
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