Skip to comments."Free To Choose" is back online! (Milton Friedman)
Posted on 09/09/2010 3:42:58 PM PDT by Bon mots
Milton Friedman's brilliant PBS series, "Free To Choose" is back online - for free.
If you have not seen it and are even remotely interested in economics, this is a MUST SEE series.
Much more so in light of our nation's current backslide into the cesspool of Socialism and Statist thought, 'neo'keynsian economics and police state regulation.
Required watching for any liberty loving intellectual. Milton Friedman at his very best. Awesome series.
“Milton Friedman’s brilliant PBS series”
Must be pledge drive time.
I believe it’s been online free for quite some time! By all means check a young Thomas Sowell in some of the discussion session following the documentary part; his first appearance is in episode 4 or 5.
The video series I saw had Arnold Schwarzenegger introduce one of them. The video did not disappoint unlike Arnold.
Thank you very much for posting this. I have never seen the series before, and I find it very informative and entertaining.
Yeah, I hate PBS too, but this is one series that is seriously worth watching. Timeless and relevant especially during these trying neo-Keynsian times...
Yes, it was... then the videos stopped working, now it seems that they have updated it with a "captcha" to stop folks from 'hot-linking' or otherwise embedding the videos into blogs.
I just rediscovered that the videos work again - after downloading the entire collection for my video library. :)
This is why I posted this!
Everyone should see this series. It should be required viewing for all voters before they are allowed to vote.
Share the link with family and friends...
I guess they don't share the radical libertarian belief in the illegitimacy of intellectual property and patents.
Yeah, I hate PBS too, but this is one series that is seriously worth watching
You’re right. I have tremendous respect for Friedman.
I don't know abou that, as the intellectual property is freely shared, they just do not wish to pay for the bandwidth. You are free watch all of the content without paying.
Milton Friedman was not a "Radical Libertarian".
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