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155. Award: 1.00 point Refer to the provided graph. Suppose that it shows the S and D graphs in a market where the product has all the characteristics of a public good. In this case, the government should use its coercive power to make the supply curve shift to the left. the supply curve shift to the right. the demand curve shift to the left. the demand curve shift to the right. References Multiple Choice Difficulty: 02 Medium Learning Objective: 05-01 Describe how governments power to coerce can be economically beneficial and list some of the difficulties associated with managing and directing the government.
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156. Award: 1.00 point Refer to the provided graph. Suppose that it shows the S and D graphs in a market where usage of
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