I Agree with Milton Friedman!
James Kwak
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The assumption that all economic outcomes are purely fatalistic and completely determined by hereditary factors is extreme and completely unsubstantiated. Friedman certainly never made this argument; in fact, he made the opposite: that economic actors have real agency and respond to incentives that promote their individual self interest.

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