Hayek and his colleague, Ludwig von Mises, wrote long ago that government bureaucrats could never know enough to make wise decisions. Sowell elaborates on this theme in a marvelous book that changed my thinking about the way economic and political decisions are made.
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Milton Friedman Speaks: Complete 15-part lecture series. A message from television producer and Idea Channel Founder Bob Chitester: Recorded in 1977-78, these 15 lectures by Milton Friedman were originally intended to be the core content of what became the Free To Choose television programs. They'll introduce you to Milton Friedman's brilliant analytical skills while demonstrating his ability to make economics understandable