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A History Changing Choice

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Almost everyone values freedom and equality, but is there a tradeoff between the two? What if freedom leads to unequal outcomes? Nobel laureate Milton Friedman discussed some of the possible unequal outcomes of the free market system in the 1970s, and host Johan Norberg compares the modern approaches of government regulation in the U.S. and Sweden.

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