Uncommon Knowledge with Milton Friedman

Last week we posted Peter Robinson’s interview with Milton Friedman. Given our format, the interview rotated off the site after a few days. We’ll have another installment of Uncommon Knowledge next week. In the meantime, here is the interview with Milton Friedman, once more once, after a brief introduction.
To celebrate the holidays, Uncommon Knowledge brings us a blast from the past. Host Peter Robinson rides in on a motorcycle to kick off the installment. Over at Ricochet, Peter introduces it thusly:

He may have been gone for four years now, but Milton Friedman, the Hoover Institution website
display indicates, remains one of the most popular interview subjects ever to appear on Uncommon Knowledge.
Oh, if only–if only. I understood that Milton was a great man, but when I knew him at Hoover–his office was just two doors down the hall from mine–I failed to grasp just how singular he was. No one else is even a little bit like him. I should have insisted on sitting right down with Milton and getting his entire life story on tape.
Still, we have this.

Recorded on February 10, 1999, the installment brings us, as Peter suggests, the one and only. Through our arrangement with the Hoover Institution, we are pleased to present it in its entirety.


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