''Parental choice, parents choosing the teachers, parents monitoring the schooling,'' is Friedman’s answer to the problem. In almost every case, giving individuals the power to choose, to set their own course, will lead to better results than centrally planned activity. That applies to schooling and every other activity in a modern society. Introduced by David Friedman. Discussion with Gordon Tullock, University of Arizona and Henry Levin, Stanford University. © 1990 / 48 min.