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, Volume 99, Issue 3–4, pp 474–480 | Cite as

Milton and Rose D. Friedman, Two lucky people: Memoirs. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago University Press, 1998. xii + 660 pages. $35.00.

  • Charles K. Rowley
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  • Charles K. Rowley
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  1. 1.EconomicsGeorge Mason University, c[FairfaxUSA

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