'Created Equal' By Milton And Rose Friedman

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According to the article “Created Equal”, Milton and Rose Friedman discusse three different ways that are considered to be equal. It includes equality before God, equality of opportunity and equality of outcome. They also believe that the “freedom preserves the opportunity for today’s disadvantaged to become tomorrow’s privileged in the process, enable almost everyone, from top to bottom, to enjoy a fuller and richer life.” Finally, Friedmans conclude that a society that puts equality before freedom will get neither, and those that put freedom before equality will get a high degree of both. From my point of view, I do agree with Friedmans that equality of outcome is in clear conflict with liberty which government gets more power and getting bigger. Also, I agree that authors bring up the idea “life is not fair” which usually depends on the choices we made. However, I find out there are several points that I do not agree with the author, and here’s why.…show more content…
However, we proclaimed to the world that no man was worth more than another in the eyes of God. This couldn’t be reconciled with slavery. In the other hand, the author explains how different people are which everyone has their own unique value and personality. As a result, they believe “some people can superior others, that there was an elite”. However, I disagree with this, and I believe all the people are created equal because God created us and gave us same value no matter you are smarter or advantage than
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