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My views on government spending can be summarized by the following parable. If you spend your own money on yourself, you are very concerned about how much is spent and how it is spent. If you spend your own money on someone else, you are still very much concerned about how much is spent, but somewhat less concerned about how it is spent. If you spend someone else’s money on yourself, you are not too concerned about how much is spent, but you are very concerned about how it is spent. However, if you spend someone else’s money on someone else, you are not very concerned about how much is spent or how it is spent.
Milton Friedman's Century - Free or Equal Documentary preview
31 December 2011
The Nassau Institute
The Nassau Institute has joined the Free To Choose Network in a worldwide celebration of the winning ideas of freedom.
2012 is the centennial of Milton Friedman’s birth and the 50th anniversary of the publication of his first book on public policy: Capitalism and Freedom. Free To Choose Network is spearheading the effort that involves think tanks from around the world.
Please join us in The Milton Friedman Room at The Nassau Institute office on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 6:30pm for the showing of Johan Norberg's new documentary, Free or Equal. The one-hour film "examines the contemporary relevance of (Dr. Milton) Friedman’s ideas..."
Admission is free. Donations welcome.
Refreshments and popcorn will be served.
Space is limited.