Free to Choose is Free to Watch on Google
The great Free to Choose series is available to watch via Google:
It is nearly TV quality. It is a bit blurry, but is an older video.
It is great, great, great. This series was shown on Public TV (PBS) in the early 1980s, I think. It was approved in response to a left-wing PBS series on economics by John Kenneth Galbraith.
The first Free to Choose segment is a lot about immigration to Hong Kong and earlier to New York City (when the video was made the U.S. had much tighter immigration restrictions).
This series, along with the speeches by Ronald Reagan, were the first opportunities for most Americans to hear anything substantive about free-market ideas since they mostly went out of fashion after World War II. Friedman has a column in Time or Newsweek (the two major weekly newsmagazines of the era).