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Milton Friedman, 1912-2006

November 18, 2006

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MILTON FRIEDMAN, who died this week at 94, was an extraordinary economist, fully deserving of the Nobel Prize, but his insights into the workings of the money supply do not provide a template for public policy. Rather, they offer a lesson in the limitations of economics to advance social improvement. (Full article: 423 words)

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