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#202 - Milton Friedman

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“In listing ‘the’ classic of each of these great economists, historians will no doubt, & correctly, list The General Theory as Keynes’”
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University of Chicago economist (1912–2006) who won the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics. Exceptional handwritten draft manuscript, one page, lightly lined, 8.5 x 11, unsigned. A copiously hand-corrected page from a draft of one of Friedman’s works. In part: “Keynes clearly belongs in this line. In listing ‘the’ classic of each of these great economists, historians will no doubt, & correctly, list The General Theory as Keynes’…Yet, in my opinion, Keynes would belong in this line even if The General Theory had never been published. Indeed, I am one of the small minority of professional economists who regard his A Tract on Monetary Reform (1923), not the General Theory as his best book in economics, and one that, even after 65 years…continues to influence economic policy.” In fine condition. A remarkable working draft with terrific content, with the Nobel Laureate complimenting and commenting on his greatest rival in the field of economics. Pre-certified PSA/DNA and RR Auction COA.

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