"How can the Government stimulate the economy by taking money out of one pocket of the public and putting it into another pocket?" Rare first appearance of 1977 interview with Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman; inscribed by him

  • Where Carter is Going Wrong: Interview With Nobel Prize Winner Milton Friedman.

Where Carter is Going Wrong: Interview With Nobel Prize Winner Milton Friedman.

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Item Number: 88095

New York: U.S. News and World Report, Inc, 1977.

Magazine article from the March 7th 1977 issue of U.S. News & World Report transcribing an interview with Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman. Inscribed by Friedman on the first page of the article, “For John Paul, Milton Friedman April 19, 1977.” Two pages. In near fine condition.

Milton Friedman profoundly influenced the the thinking of world officials with his studies on the role of money, done largely at the University of Chicago. At the time of the present interview, 64 year old Friedman was on leave from the University and a visiting scholar at San Francisco's Federal Reserve Bank.

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