Milton Friedman Writing Styles in Free to Choose: A Personal Statement

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Perspective

Free to Choose is a book about economics, written by economists. Milton Friedman is a Nobel Prize winner in economics; Rose Friedman completed all the requirements for a Ph.D. in economics except her dissertation. Milton Friedman spent most of his life teaching economics at the University of Chicago. The Friedmans' monetarist background and beliefs in a free market are evident throughout the book. Their reasons for writing the book are to express their beliefs in the free market system and to issue a warning about a government that has become too big.

The audience for the book is anyone who is concerned with government actions and the growth of government. This book is very straightforward and readable. The reader will not become lost in economic concepts and does not require any economic background or knowledge to read and understand the book. All ideas are clearly presented in...

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