FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1975 One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results. Source: Milton Friedman. "The Open Mind," 1975. Free Enterprise Zone's Fundamental Principles is researched, compiled, and edited (with occasional commentary) by Steve Farrell, Founder and Editor In...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1975 I want people to take thought about their condition and to recognize that the maintenance of a free society is a very difficult and complicated thing and it requires a self-denying ordinance of the most extreme kind. It requires a willingness to put...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1999 "Government is a way by which every individual believes he can live at the expense of everybody else." Source: Milton Friedman. From "Presidential Report Card," Uncommon Knowledge (1999) Free Enterprise Zone's Fundamental Principles is researched, compiled, and edited (with occasional commentary) by Steve Farrell, Founder...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1962 "The power to do good is also the power to do harm; those who control the power today may not tomorrow; and, more important, what one man regards as good, another may regard as harm. The great tragedy of the drive to centralization,...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 2000 If you impose very high taxes, and eliminate the incentive to innovate, to improve, to take risks, and do things, you'll kill the economy. And that's what's happened over and over again in other countries around the world. Source: Milton Friedman. From "Paradise Gained,"...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1962 "The Great Depression, like most other periods of severe unemployment, was produced by government mismanagement rather than by any inherent instability of the private economy." Source: Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom, 1962 Free Enterprise Zone's Fundamental Principles is researched, compiled, and edited (with occasional commentary)...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1974 Every businessman is in favor of freedom for everybody else, but when it comes to himself that's a different question. He's always the special case. He ought to get special privileges from the government, a tariff, this, that and the other thing." Source: Milton...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1991 "The proper role of government is exactly what John Stuart Mill said in the middle of the nineteenth century in On Liberty. The proper role of government is to prevent other people from harming an individual. Government, he said, never has any right...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1962 "Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself." Source: Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom, 1962. Free Enterprise Zone's Fundamental Principles is researched, compiled, and edited (with occasional commentary) by Steve Farrell, Founder and Editor In Chief of The...
FREE ENTERPRISE ZONE, FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES Milton Friedman, 1962 "The power to do good is also the power to do harm; those who control the power today may not tomorrow; and, more important, what one man regards as good, another may regard as harm. The great tragedy of the drive to centralization,...