Thomas Sowell on Milton Friedman, his Hoover Institution colleague, in today’s WSJ.
Highlights from Friedman’s writings in the WSJ. I like this one, from an op-ed on health care in 1993:
The company town has been revived in one major area: medical care. It is taken for granted that workers should receive their pay partly in kind, in the form of medical care provided by the employer. How come? Why single out medical care? Surely food is no less essential to life than medical care. Why is it not at least as logical for workers to be required to buy their food at the company store as to be required to buy their medical care at the company store?