Join Us for a Celebration of
the Life and Ideas of
Dr. Milton Friedman
on the 95th Anniversary of his Birth
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Social Hour 6 p.m. – Dinner at 7 p.m.
S. Burlington, Vermont
Dr Milton Friedman, a former resident of Ely, Vermont and Nobel Laureate in Economics, was a great champion of human freedom. At this celebration of his life and ideas, you’ll hear from
Bill Sayre, former Federal Reserve economist: “Learning Economics from Professor Friedman”.
Dr. Jim Gatti, Professor of Finance, UVM College of Business: “Milton Friedman’s Contribution to Monetary Economics”
Chris Robbins, Vermont State Board of Education: “Milton Friedman and School Choice”
John McClaughry, one-time chair of the National Council Against Compulsory Service: “Milton Friedman and the Volunteer Military”
Reservations (by July 28) are essential. Please reserve your seat by calling or emailing the Ethan Allen Institute. The price is $30, and you may pay in advance or at the door.