Undoubtedly the most successful and influential proponent of libertarian thought in the 20th century, Milton Friedman, died last night at age 94. His successes as both a technical economist and libertarian polemicist are enormous. We can thank him, in large part, for happy events from the elimination of the draft to the conquest of inflation. Just a quick note now--his impact was staggering, and there could never be enough words said in praise of him.
A 2005 Reason interview, with Nick Gillespie, on his legacy of fighting for school choice.
His most recent Reason interview, with me, in our November issue, as part of a roundtable on the Federal Reserve.
Jacob Sullum's celebration of Friedman's 90th birthday.
A debate on the social responsibilty of business, including Friedman.