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Further thoughts on Friedman's Presidential address

(February 1, 2018 02:55 AM, by Scott Sumner) A few weeks back I did a couple posts (here and here) on Friedman's highly influential AEA Presidential address, which was delivered 50 years ago. Today, I'll make a few more observations. This is from the very first page: In... (0 COMMENTS)
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