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Three-minute pronouncements on economic matters, delivered () over West Coast radio and TV by UCLA economist Allen ""on behalf of the Institute for Economic Research,"" which he heads, and introduced by Milton Friedman, whom he lauds. It would be misleading, however, to identify Allen's utterances with either monetarism or supply-side economics as such: the great bulk of the book.
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