Dispenser of Negativity
- May 30, 2007
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Combine with the massively abused welfare system, dependence on the government limits mobility of people.Milton Friedman taught me the answer. More than any other American, Friedman, who won the Nobel Prize in economics in 1976, clearly warned the world about the unintended consequences of big government.
"We've become increasingly dependent on government," said Friedman. "We've surrendered power to government; nobody has taken it from us. It's our doing. The results—monumental government spending, much of it wasted, little of it going to the people whom we would like to see helped."
Free to Choose - Reason Magazine