„When you grow up in the Soviet society under the communists you heard about the one man who is especially dangerous, especially crazy, and absolutely mad, and which would destroy all the human beings and the economies and so on, and this man was called Milton Friedman.“

—  Mart Laar

Interview with Stephen J. Dubner, for 'Freakonomics Radio' podcast (24 March 2010)

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