Inflation and Unemployment

It is a cruel irony of fate that 2012, the year that celebrates the centennial of Milton Friedman’s birth, is the year that marks the end of his preeminence as an influence over economic policy.

    Fed chairman Ben Bernanke has quietly dispatched the Age of Friedman to replace it with a policy that harks back to the Keynesian days when “full employment” was the sole target.

Read the full story at Reuters HERE

Conservatives Desert Milton Friedman HERE

Friedman's Unexpected Take on Keynes HERE

Fed Up With the Fed HERE

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