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Free to Choose by Milton Friedman
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Nov 26, 2011

it was amazing

I suspect one could find some of the depth of explanation that are missing in "Free to Choose" in Mr. Friedman's other works. That aside, I found it to be a very thorough summary of how we could do better. It makes me wonder why we won't do better. Is it because the path laid out in FTC is wrong? Or because, somehow, the failing pursuit of perfection is more desirable than attaining near perfection with the Freedom to Choose?
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