Suppose you are going through a encyclopedia or a handbook trying to document yourself on the Chicago School of Economics.
You browse through the ‘monetarism’, ‘monetary history’, ‘Chicago macroeconomics’, ‘Chicago price theory’, ‘neoliberalism’, ‘Chicago methodology’, and ‘Chicago boys and Chile’ entries, all of which of course contain lengthy sections on Friedman’s works and beliefs.
In fact, you can reconstruct an exhaustive biography and bibliography from these various pieces.
Hence the two following question:
1) is there any need in such book for a specific ‘Friedman’ entry?
2) if so, what do you expect/want to find in it (although you may read my own tentative response in the formulation of the problem)?