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Friedman

Milton. born 1912. US economist, particularly associated with monetarism; a forceful advocate of free market capitalism
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In the interview published by the New York Times on Saturday, Friedman said that some degree of annexation of the West Bank would be legitimate.
"Friedman seeks four kinds of relief in these consolidated actions.
Friedman's writings; as the headline of a New York Times Magazine
Moreover, in a separate lawsuit, more than 100 taxicab companies are suing Friedman, his management companies and the $1.4 billion Melrose Credit Union.
The Qods Force, an Iranian military group active throughout the region, has established a foothold in the Golan Heights on the Syrian-Israeli border, Friedman said.
Of course, the more well known adventures of Friedman's life also make for fascinating reading: his early tours with his band the Texas Jewboys packed into an old Cadillac, becoming the first Jew to play the Grand Ole Opry, joining Bob Dylan as part of the Rolling Thunder Revue, and partying with John Belushi and appearing on Saturday Night Live.
Friedman's commitment to his clients is also demonstrated by his avid practice in the area of class action litigation.
24 April 2017 - Massachusetts, US-based national insurance brokerage and risk management firm Risk Strategies Co, a privately held, rapidly growing has acquired New York, US-based Friedman and Friedman Agency, the firm said.
On March 9th the Senate Foreign Relations Committee narrowly approved Friedman's nomination, 12-9, with all 11 Republicans plus Menendez voting in favor, while 9 of the 10 Democrats voted against.
Members of the Foreign Relations Committee, who will hold Friedman's hearing, have already been made aware of some of the opposition to Friedman taking up the post.
Rivot's book on the comparison between Keynes and Friedman comprises 190 pages and is organised in six chapters.
Thomas Friedman, in his latest article "Letter from Saudi Arabia" published in the New York Times, wrote, "Saudi Arabia is a country that is easier to write about from afar." In his article, Friedman has explained many things about Saudi Arabia to his readers in the United States.