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1. Basic Employment is economic activities that attract money into a community from other places. Non Basic Employment is economic activities that don’t attract money into a community from other places. Basic employment generates nonbasic employment. Nonbasic employees prove goods and service to employees in the basic industries of the community. For example, teachers physicians, and retailers in the Ottawa area provide services to families of persons who work for the Canadian government. 2. The political economy of any society, including North America, is comprised of places with different economic bases and the relationships among these places, as well as between that society and the rest of the world. 3. Three examples of economic production are: cash grains (corn,wheat and soybean), Livestock (cows, chickens, and pigs), and “Truck Farms” (fruits and veggies). 4. Technological Treadmill is the economic process whereby production is increased with
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  • Spring '14
  • EricC.Ewert
  • Economics, Truck Farms

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