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Friedman

[ freed-muhn ]
/ ˈfrid mən /
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noun
Bruce Jay, 1930–2020, U.S. novelist.
Milton, 1912–2006, U.S. economist: Nobel Prize 1976.
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British Dictionary definitions for Friedman

Friedman
/ (ˈfriːdmən) /

noun
Milton. 1912–2006. US economist, particularly associated with monetarism; a forceful advocate of free market capitalism

Derived forms of Friedman

Friedmanite, noun, adjective
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