Milton Friedman quote about freedom from Capitalism and Freedom - A liberal is fundamentally fearful of concentrated power. His objective is to preserve the maximum degree of freedom for each individual separately that is compatible with one man's freedom not interfering with other men's freedom. He believes that this objective requires that power be dispersed.
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A liberal is fundamentally fearful of concentrated power. His objective is to preserve the maximum degree of freedom for each individual separately that is compatible with one man's freedom not interfering with other men's freedom. He believes that this objective requires that power be dispersed.
 Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom (1962). copy citation

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Author Milton Friedman
Source Capitalism and Freedom
Topic freedom power liberalism
Date 1962
Language English
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