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03/07/2019

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I gave my daughter, upon her 1983 graduation from high school, a copy of Friedman's book " Free to Choose ".

I know that it helped shape her world view.

BTW Friedman's interview with Phil Donahue is priceless.

Fred, it is always good to see an intelligent, well-conceived defense of free markets and capitalism, and simultaneously an intelligent, well-conceived attack on socialism and big government. We need more of this today, and smart people to advance to replace Friedman and the role he played. With all the media at our disposal, there is nobody out there right now.

Agreed but Victor Davis Hanson can hold a stimulating conversation about history and culture

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Davis_Hanson

And Peter Navarro has some economic sense .

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Navarro

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