Milton Friedman, (born in July, 1912, New York) was an American economist and an educator. He was best known for his ideas regarding monetarism and common sense economics, and he was also awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1976. Friedman grew up in Brooklyn, New York, until his family moved to New Jersey where he would also win a scholarship study mathematics and economics at the
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