We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
A new Friedman biography ably explores the economist's ideas but sidesteps the libertarian movement he was central to.
Law professor Andrew Koppelman and Soho Forum director Gene Epstein debate whether libertarianism has been corrupted.
The ideology champions the same tired policies that big government types predictably propose whenever they see something they don't like.
"If there is freedom, private property, rule of law, then Latin Americans thrive," says the social media star.
The authors of Mediocrity say it's well past time to end "factory schooling" and set kids free to learn.
The authors of The Individualists talk Rand, Friedman, Hayek, Rothbard, and the "struggle for the soul" of the libertarian movement.
Hungary's inflation hits 24.5 percent—the highest in the European Union—and Orbán's price controls aren't helping.
The Burning Down the House author says the shift from Hayek's classical liberalism to Rothbard's anarcho-capitalism is a moral and practical disaster.
Businesses are all in favor of competition, tax cuts, and deregulation only until they aren't—meaning only until subsidies might benefit them.
Should Businesses Focus Solely on Profits? Whole Foods' John Mackey vs. Ayn Rand Institute's Yaron Brook
A Soho Forum debate about stakeholder value vs. shareholder value.
It's true that the freedom to make your own decisions comes with both benefits and consequences, but Krugman is squarely focused on just one side of that equation.
The peerless 90-year-old scholar is the subject of a new documentary and biography.
A new documentary and forthcoming biography pay tribute to the economist's intellectual fearlessness and commitment to empirical research.
Forty years later, the libertarian Nobel laureate's PBS series is still winning hearts and minds.
Here's the inside story of Milton Friedman's path-breaking PBS series about economic and political freedom, from the man who produced it.
The New York Times touches on an old intra-libertarian debate over corporate responsibility.
The anti-voucher polemic is augmented by historical half-truths and selective omissions of countervailing evidence.
Whatever the latest polls say about Biden versus Trump, the Delaware Democrat almost surely has a better chance at winning the presidency than he does at undoing Milton Friedman's life work.
A billionaire progressive CEO and a dead free-market economist walk into a bar.
Politicians condemn price gougers, but students explain why "gouging" is good.
Restrictionists have distorted and weaponized the late, great economist's views
Emmanuel Macron wants teens to "value" their citizenship. Milton Friedman would be appalled.
Best known as the "father of Harlem," he was guided by the theory that free markets penalize bigotry.
Friday A/V Club: Before there was Arthur Jones, there was Mark Fairchild.
Danish journalist and author of The Tyranny of Silence published Muhammad cartoons in free speech fight against self-censorship
"The currency the Internet deserves and needs."
A guaranteed income would reduce the humiliations of the current welfare system while promoting individual responsibility.