Free to Choose.
A Personal Statement.New York & London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1980 Stock Code: 131458
Popularizing economic libertySigned by the author on the half-title. Free to Choose is the companion book to Friedman's ten-part PBS series of the same title, which investigated various regions, historical events, and social issues from the perspective that Laissez-faire economics is the most effective and fair way to manage societies. The series and book were a response to John Kenneth Galbraith's earlier documentary The Age of Uncertainty, and both proved extremely popular, with the book remaining on the best-seller list for five weeks. This copy is a later printing (K-M on title verso).
Octavo. Original black quarter cloth, red sides, spine lettered in gilt. With dust jacket.
Light sunning and rubbing at extremities, a very good copy in good jacket, a little torn and soiled, price-clipped and somewhat toned.
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