Tuesday, October 16
When this classic was first published in 1980, it quickly became an international best seller. In exploring economics, freedom, and the relationship between the two, economist and Nobel laureate Milton Friedman and his wife, Rose Friedman, explain how, in their opinions, freedom is eroded and prosperity undermined through the explosion of laws, regulations, agencies, and spending in Washington, and how good intentions often produce deplorable results when government is the middleman. The Friedmans also provide remedies for these ills.
Join community member Bill Teeter in a discussion of this book and the principles it espouses, and whether they still hold true today. No registration is needed.