American Experience
A Brilliant Madness: American Nobel Economists
Milton Friedman
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Brooklyn-born Milton Friedman supported himself in college by waiting tables, worked on wartime tax policy for the federal government, and became one of the nation's most influential economists, co-writing a Newsweek column and advising politicians. He received the 1976 Nobel for his analyses of the role of money and monetary policy in the business cycle.


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