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Mistah Friedman? He Dead.

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  • James K. Galbraith
Keywords Milton Friedman, adaptive expectations, permanent income, economic freedom, Chicago school, economics, economists
Volume Number 10
Issue Number 2
Pages 180-183
File URL Mistah Friedman? He Dead.
Publication year 2013

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  1. I’m amazed that an article this nasty—‘Mistah Friedman’ the slave owner?—and easily shown to contain a false assertion that Friedman was a supporter of Augusto Pinochet, is even allowed into a legitimate scholarly publication.

    Galbraith couldn’t bother to check his facts by reading ‘Two Lucky People’ before attacking Friedman? The editors should not allow his slander to go uncorrected.

    posted 30 May 2013 by Patrick R. Sullivan

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