Public Policy Ch. 3

Public Policy Ch. 3 - Alex Broaddus 1. Observe the route...

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Alex Broaddus 1. Observe the route you take from your home to this class and answer the following questions: From the Commons to Aderhold : I did not cross any bridges. There was a vacant church, and also a vacant building next to the Downtown Gourmet Wraps/Salads/Pizza. I saw two parks along the way, Calhoun Park and Woodruff Park. There was one commercial construction site that was in progress. Downtown Gourmet Wraps/Salads/Pizza; and if Starbucks is somewhat considered a fast food place, then that as well. There were no other schools on the way to class, besides Georgia State University. 2. Give specific examples of exclusive goods and consumption goods in your central city. Exclusive goods can also better be known as private goods. When a good is characterized to be exclusive, it is reasonably known for the prevention of other consumers, or consumers who have not paid for that product, from consuming that specific good. The consumption of that good by one consumer prevents the same consumption by other consumers to occur. An
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