Advisor to Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher who extolled the values of a free market system with minimal government intervention in private matters.
Friedman advocated a volunteer military, freely floating exchange rates, abolition of medical licenses, a negative income tax, and more. In 1976, he won the Nobel Prize for Economics. His monetary theory influenced the Federal Reserve’s response to the 2007 global financial crisis.
Milton Friedman - Wikipedia
“Milton Friedman” - Jewish Virtual Library
“Friedman’s Monetary Economics in Practice” - FederalReserve.gov
“Milton Friedman and Israel” - The Jerusalem Post (2006)
“Milton Friedman, "Capitalism and the Jews"” - The University of Chicago Law School