Honoring Milton Friedman

Milton Friedman, who died last week at age 94, spent his life promoting free-market ideas and left a powerful legacy that will continue to shape the public policy debate well into the 21st century. Grace-Marie Turner had an opportunity to interview Professor Friedman a few years ago at his home in San Francisco and earlier attended a ceremony at the White House honoring him on his 90th birthday. Here are links to her columns about both events.

 

 

 

Thank you, Dr. Friedman. Your courage and vision will live on.

 

 

 

Grace-Marie

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Grace-Marie's interview with Dr. Friedman

http://www.galen.org/ownins.asp?docID=41 

Grace-Marie's column about Dr. Friedman's White House ceremony

http://www.galen.org/hcbasics.asp?docID=938

 

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Milton Friedman, who died last week at age 94, spent his life promoting free-market ideas and left a powerful legacy that will continue to shape the public policy debate well into the 21st century. Grace-Marie Turner had an opportunity to interview Professor Friedman a few years ago at his home in San Francisco and earlier attended a ceremony at the White House honoring him on his 90th birthday. Here are links to her columns about both events.

 

 

 

Thank you, Dr. Friedman. Your courage and vision will live on.

 

 

 

Grace-Marie

********

Grace-Marie's interview with Dr. Friedman

http://www.galen.org/ownins.asp?docID=41 

Grace-Marie's column about Dr. Friedman's White House ceremony

http://www.galen.org/hcbasics.asp?docID=938

 

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