Fascinating 88-minute speech given by Milton Friedman to the University of Chicago Hillel in 1978. Definitely worth a listen.
“There are few peoples, if any in the world, who owe so great a debt to free enterprise and competitive capitalism as the Jews,” and “There are few peoples, if any in the world, who have done so much to undermine the intellectual foundations of capitalism as the Jews.”
I’ve wondered about this conundrum for so long. Why do people who have done so much to promote capitalism, also do so much to destroy it.