Definition of Friedman, Milton in English:

Friedman, Milton

Syllabification: Fried·man, Milton
Pronunciation: /ˈfrēdmən
 
/
( 1912–2006), US economist. As a policy adviser to President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1989, he advocated free market forces to produce balanced economic growth. Notable works: Capitalism and Freedom (1962) and Free to Choose (1980, coauthored with his wife). Nobel Prize for Economics (1976).

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