See The Incredible Bread Machine Movie, provided by the Mises Institute.
A film by Theo Kamecke. Released in 1975 by World Research, Inc.
Includes an introduction by then-Secretary of the Treasury, William E. Simon, and interviews with professors Walter Heller (University of Minnesota) and Milton Friedman (University of Chicago). Moderated by Dr. Richard Rogge (Wabash College). The film also features a cameo appearance by Murray N. Rothbard.
Written by Karl Keating, Susan Love Brown, Patrea Post and Stuart Smith, based on Richard Grant's provocative poem of the same name.
This online version of the film is adapted from a 1/2" black-and-white EIAJ-1 open-reel video.
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