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Bright Promises Dismal Performance : An Economist's Protest
by Milton Friedman (Preface), William R. Allen (Introduction)
Price: $17.59

Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960
by Milton Friedman, Anna Jacobson Schwartz (Contributor)
Price: $37.99

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Milton Friedman

1912-

Economist

1976 Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman stands as the leader of the monetarist ("Chicago") school of economic thought.

As a long-time professor at the University of Chicago, Friedman held that the money supply was an important determinant of economic activity.

His guiding principle was that free markets largely without government intervention produce the best economic outcomes.