Chapter 1 Answers - Chapter 1 1. Legally separate...

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Chapter 1 1. Legally separate organizations, usually exempt from federal, state, and local taxation, Religious, community service, private educational and health care, museums, and fraternal and social organizations, among many other kinds of organizations. 2. Benefits are not proportional to resources provided, there is a lack of a profit motive and an absence of transferable ownership rights. 3. Provide a wide array of services i.e. Federal government, state governments, cities, towns, townships, villages, counties, boroughs, and parishes 4. Usually provide only a single or just a few services. Examples: Independent school systems, public colleges and universities, public hospitals, fire protection districts, sewer districts, transportation authorities, and many others. 5. 1)Power ultimately rests in the hands of the people 2)People vote and delegate that power to public officials 3)Created by and accountable to a higher level government 4)Power to tax citizens for revenue 6. Public corporations and bodies corporate and politic, as well as Other organizations with
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Chapter 1 Answers - Chapter 1 1. Legally separate...

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