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LESON2A - Lessons 2 - Econ 275 - Fall 1992 - Thurs 9/3/92...

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Lessons 2 - Econ 275 - Fall 1992 - Thurs 9/3/92 - leson2a.275 Admin: Pass out cards: Name(preferred first name) Pronunciation Major Year Why did you take this class Economics background Future plans Put up outline before class. Note: The nature of the class is to have lots of facts. (Examples) I am not concerned that you memorize the details but I do want you to know trends and ballpark levels of major statistics (GNP, Government share, Defense share, Interest share) Also looking for class interaction. Intro. For the next couple of lectures we will be trying to get a perspective on the US federal government. This will include what role the federal government. Mention yesterday for Bush. Announcing $2 billion for farmers(export subsidies and disaster relief), $6 billion in sales of fighter jets to Taiwan (which had previously been restricted) add a few odd billions to rebuild after Hurricane Andrew. Two day total, pretty good day even for the federal government. Get responses on role of government: What it ought (normative) and what it does (positive) Have someone come and write the responses on the board. Spend some time on this--get them to think about the role of government. Once that is done then move on to religous perspective. How much of what was said is influenced by our religion. DC 134.
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course ECON 275 taught by Professor Mcintyre during the Winter '05 term at BYU.

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LESON2A - Lessons 2 - Econ 275 - Fall 1992 - Thurs 9/3/92...

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