Free to Choose is a ten-part television series broadcast on public television by economists Milton and Rose D. Friedman that campaigns for free market principles. It was primarily a response to an earlier landmark book and television series: The Age of Uncertainty, by noted economist John Kenneth Galbraith. Milton Friedman won the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics.

This was originally a book that was aired in a ten-part television series on PBS by economists Milton and Rose Friedman that advocates free market principles. The goal of the series is for the free market to work best for all members of society. It provides examples of how the free market creates wealth and claims that it can solve problems where other approaches have failed. The general format is that Dr. Friedman attended and told a number of success and failure stories in history that Dr. Friedman attributes to capitalism or its lack. The series is very informative and interesting as Dr. Friedman describes the various government interventions and "solutions" that generally do far more harm than good.
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