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The Friedmans's essay, "Created Equal," is about freedom of choice, freedom of opportunity, and the free capitalist market. The Friedmans state that liberty and equality are two of the main factors important to man trying to succeed in the U.S. liberty allowing the person to shape "one's own life." Equality, in turn, allows one to utilize his/her liberty to seize an economic opportunity and not be threatened of losing it because of race, religion, color, or creed. Moreover, the Friedmans believe in "laissez-faire," which in economics is used to imply that government shouldn't interfere wit…
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