Free to Choose

By: Milton and Rose Friedman 1979 Nonfiction Subject Matter: Capitalism; Welfare state; Industry and state Rating: 2/5   Oh yeah. Look at that stud. Free to Choose is a “personal statement” from the late 1970s about economic policy.

Home Free

“And where is home?” she giggled. The question hit like a ton of bricks, her weight against him suddenly oppressive. He pushed her away, the feeling rising in the back of his throat. Disgust. Her face fell, cloudy confusion. “Jake.… Continue Reading