Economics and the Founding (part 2)

Economics and the Founding (part 2) - Gimme Some Money,...

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Unformatted text preview: Gimme Some Money, Spinal Tap Stop wasting my time You know what I want You know what I need Or maybe you don't Do I have to come right Flat out and tell you everything? Gimme some money Gimme some money I'm nobody's fool I'm nobody's clown I'm treating you cool I'm putting you down But baby I don't intend to leave empty handed Gimme some money Gimme some money Don't get me wrong Try getting me right Your face is ok But your purse is too tight I'm looking for pound notes, loose change Bad checks, anything Gimme some money Gimme some money Wednesday, October 4 The quiz this week will be a practice in- class essay. Paper #1 is due in Labs this week (Thursday/Friday). Economics and the Founding, part II Competition Equilibrium price Everyone who wants to buy and sell can do so Profit and loss as economic signals Why did slavery become the dominant labor system in the Chesapeake (VA and MD) by the time of the Founding?the time of the Founding?...
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