Mark Perry at the American Enterprise Institute provides a great overview of the Hoover Institution’s “Collected Works of Milton Friedman”.
I stole this from Mark:
1. Milton Friedman wrote 121 op-eds that appeared in the Wall Street Journal between 1961 and 2006, here is a complete list (with full text) of those op-eds that can be sorted by title and date.
2. Between 1966 and 1984, Milton Friedman wrote more than 300 op-eds for Newsweek, andthose are available here (full text), sortable by date and title.
3. Friedman wrote 22 op-eds that appeared in the New York Times between 1964 and 2002, and those are available here.
4. Here’s a comprehensive list of more than 800 of Milton Friedman’s popular and public policy columns and articles that appeared between 1943 and 2006.
5. Here is a database of Milton Friedman quotations, conveniently organized by 29 different topics with the following description:
6. Here is a list and database of Milton Friedman’s congressional testimony starting in 1942.
7. Here is a list and database of 250 articles of Milton Friedman that appeared in academic journals and other publications between 1935 and 2005.
8. Here’s a database of thousands of photographs and slideshows of Milton and Rose Friedman through the years, including the one above taken at the Nobel Ball in 1976.
I am as excited about this as Mark is and I am happy that there is still massive interest in the work of Milton Friedman. I am personally aware of two Milton Friedman book projects, which are in the pipeline so we will hear more about the Friedman’s work in the near future.
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