A Milton Friedman Primer on Donahue – The Argument Against Bailouts

A Milton Friedman Primer on Donahue – The Argument Against Bailouts

In 1979 Donahue debated Milton Friedman about capitalism.  Incidentally, he discusses why Government bailouts are destructive to companies and the capitalist system as it pushes up companies that would make changes toward profitability or fail because the products are not useful to the American consumer

Milton Friedman on Donahue 1979 (1/5)

Milton Friedman on Donahue 1979 (2/5)

Milton Friedman on Donahue 1979 (3/5)

Milton Friedman on Donahue 1979 (4/5)

Milton Friedman on Donahue 1980 (5/5)

Related:

Volume 1: Power of the Market
Volume 2: The Tyranny of Control
Volume 3: Anatomy of a Crisis
Volume 4: From Cradle to Grave
Volume 5: Created Equal
Volume 6: What’s Wrong With Our Schools?
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Volume 7: Who Protects the Consumer?
Volume 8: Who Protects the Worker?
Volume 9: How to Cure Inflation
Volume 10: How to Stay Free

Updated 1990 Series:

Volume 1: The Power of the Market
Volume 2: The Tyranny of Control
Volume 3: The Failure of Socialism
Volume 4: What’s Wrong With Our Schools?
Volume 5: Created Equal

Interviews:

The Charlie Rose Show – Milton Friedman
Free to Choose: A Conversation with Milton Friedman
The open Mind (1975) – Milton Friedman on Limited Government
An Ethic for the New Global Economy (Panel Discussion)
Milton and Rose Friedman (Videoconference)
Commanding Heights: Milton Friedman

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