January 14 MOS Lecture

January 14 MOS Lecture - January 14 MOS Lecture Test Ch 1 2...

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January 14 MOS Lecture Test: Ch 1, 2, 3 Half Multiple Choice: 2 Short Answer, 1 out of the 14 - no repetition of facts, implicate everything Collectivism - stresses the primacy of collective goals over individual goals - taxes tend to be higher when greater good of society is enforced, everyone chips in Individualism - political system that focuses on the interests of the individual over the interests of the state - do things because they are in the individuals own self interest, IE, farming private property is most productive Democracy Demands: - freedom of expression - free media - regular elections - limited terms for representatives - fair count system - non political – police and army Market Economy (extreme) – free market, supply and demand Command Economy (extreme) – communist, told how much of what to make, planned and commanded Mixed Economy (mixed) – certain sectors left private, other by government (IE China, Google adhering to policies) – this economy has fared the best economically
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course MOS 1020 taught by Professor Leduc during the Winter '09 term at UWO.

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