Milton Friedman quote about freedom from Capitalism and Freedom - On the one hand, freedom in economic arrangements is itself a component of freedom broadly understood, so economic freedom is an end in itself. In the second place, economic freedom is also an indispensable means toward the achievement of political freedom.
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On the one hand, freedom in economic arrangements is itself a component of freedom broadly understood, so economic freedom is an end in itself. In the second place, economic freedom is also an indispensable means toward the achievement of political freedom.
 Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom (1962). copy citation

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Author Milton Friedman
Source Capitalism and Freedom
Topic freedom politics economy
Date 1962
Language English
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