Grab your favorite beverage and take less than 1/2 an hour to watch and listen to Milton Friedman historically compare free markets and governmentally controlled markets.
Is America on the path of “Japan’s weavers” or “India’s weavers”?
Is this statement true? Governments never learn, only individuals learn?
What is the point of view of the “experts” who criticize Friedman’s theories. Does it appear the critical views stem from a belief they must plan for, and thereby control, the “individual”? Does that control thereby give the government power over the individual?
Why does Milton Friedman say?
“I’m not pro business. I’m free enterprise.”
Notice a much younger Donald Rumsfield emphasize, “Government cannot plan for 215 million people and how poor historically government is at attempting to plan.”
Watch more of Milton’s “power of the market” Utah has collected in the menu at the top of the page.