The King's College to Celebrate Milton Friedman Day
New York— On Monday, January 29 from 2-5 p.m. students, faculty and staff of The King's College will discuss crucial economic issues and watch “The Power of the Market” to celebrate Milton Friedman Day.
Friedman was a free market economist and winner of a 1976 Nobel Prize. The Economist called him "the most influential economist of the second half of the 20th Century ... possibly of all of it." He died on November 16, 2006 of heart failure. He was 94.
The King's College enrolls ambitious students who want to participate in the secular marketplace of power and ideas. They will be positioned for leadership, using the Biblical worldview skills and classical education and training that they have received at the College.
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