Free to Choose

Written on February 6, 2011. Written by .

Free to Choose is philosophical and economic appeal for freedom by Nobel prize-winning libertarian economist Milton Friedman. It contains some reasonable real-world solutions to economic problems that seem very plausible. One example is his voucher plan for education that would improve competition in the market for schooling. He also explains broad economic concepts in simple terms that anyone can understand. For example, how prices convey information about supply and demand more efficiently than any central planning system. Free to Choose will help you see the big picture of economics without using any mathematics.

★★★★★

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