“Let me be represented as one who trusts his senses, who thinks he knows the things he sees and feels, and entertains no doubts of their existence.” -- Bishop Berkeley
I recently read a Milton Friedman interview over at WSJ (http://188.8.131.52/search?q=cache:zDR5Tc1T4ZUJ:www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html+wall+street+journal+friedman&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=1)and just completed reading your interview. My guess is that your interview is going to have a much stronger influence on generations to come. You may be dead by then, but I am sure it will eventually occur.Note: I was planning on next reading Friedman's A Monetary History of the United States--but then I realized he needed a co-author.Given the far ranging topics apparently covered in PUCK, I am impressed that you did not need a co-author. I have decided to read PUCK first and just ordered it from Amazon.
Nice! I shall reread it after you are dead to see if the impression it makes has changed.
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