Rose and Milton Friedman Analytical Essay by cee-cee
Rose and Milton Friedman
A review of the TV interview of Rose and Milton Friedman on the program "Free to Choose".
# 109525 | 1,316 words | 4 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 02, 2008 in Communication (Television) , Economics (General)
$19.95 Buy and instantly download this paper now
This paper discusses the TV program "Free to Choose" and analyzes the argument of Rose and Milton Friedman about the power of the market. The primary questions which are addressed include: What is the core of the Friedmans' economic argument; Is the argument reasonable; and Does the author find this argument convincing? This paper then analyzes the viability of the argument and whether it is workable and desirable. The paper states that the fundamental argument used by the Friedmans is that the free market, independent of government interference, maximizes income and opportunities for all. The Friedmans further argue that increasing government size both limits personal freedom and impoverishes the governed.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Bade, R. a. (2007). Foundations of Microeconomics. London (HQ): Addison Wesley.
- Economist. (2007). 2008 World Almanac. London: Economist.
- Friedman, R. (1980). FREE TO CHOOSE: The Power of the Market. (McKenzie, Interviewer) New York.
- Li, H. (2005). Family Life Cycle and Peasant Income in Socialist China: Evidence from Qin Village. Journal of Family History , 121-138.
Cite this Analytical Essay:
Rose and Milton Friedman (2008, December 02) Retrieved March 25, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/rose-and-milton-friedman-109525/
"Rose and Milton Friedman" 02 December 2008. Web. 25 March. 2023. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/rose-and-milton-friedman-109525/>