Unformatted text preview: city and taking a new career. 2. The children that go around on Halloween could ask the people if they have a specific type of candy as opposed to just giving them. Also, the adults putting out the candy can place a bowl outside with an assortment of candy, so the children may take the candy that they only like. Instead of giving candy out on Halloween, the houses could give out money, just like Kevin Hassett states, “the first step would be for Halloween donors to give kids money instead of candy”. By doing this, they kids could use the money towards whatever they like, which is assumed by self interest, which means individuals never purposely make decisions that would make them worse than previous....
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- Fall '08
- Economics, Michael Guerriero ECON, Kevin Hassett states, Professor Mateer