Milton Friedman's and Edward Bellamy's Views of the Future Essay by fox raven

Milton Friedman's and Edward Bellamy's Views of the Future
This essay sharply points out some faults that lie in both authors' idea of future society.
# 1402 | 1,955 words | 2 sources | 2001 | US


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"After reading Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman and Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy, I have just one thing to say, "These books should not be tossed aside lightly, rather they should be thrown with great force". With that said let's proceed with the assignment. Bellamy and Friedman each have a view of society as it should be, which is quite apart from what it currently is. Bellamy, writing in the later half of the nineteenth century, provides the reader with a utopian society completely controlled by the state. Friedman's view, expressed during the tumultuous 1960's, is as polar to that as north and south. Though not looking towards a utopia, he certainly is promoting some very wishful thinking."

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