A teacher, scientist, author, revolutionary intellectual, and winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in economics, Milton Friedman is considered one of the greatest proponents of individual freedom and individual choice.
Photo credit: Professor Steven N.S. Cheung
Milton Friedman served as economic advisor for two American Presidents - Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Although Friedman was inevitably drawn into the national political spotlight, he never held public office.
Photo credit: Ronald Reagan Library
Milton and Rose Friedman, seen here in Tiananmen Square, have been partners for sixty-eight years. As Rose says, "two partners, one career."
Dr. Friedman and his wife, Rose, attend the Nobel Ball in 1976.
Dr. Friedman gives a speech at the 1976 Nobel ceremony.
An ever-combative champion of freedom, Milton Friedman’s career and contributions in defense of individual liberty are unique in our time.