Economics in Everyday Life Papers

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Economics in Everyday Life Papers A student can receive 3 extra credit points for finding a current (within the last four weeks of when you turn it in) newspaper / magazine article or a video clip that pertains to a topic we have covered in class and typing a one page paper summarizing the article or clip and how it is relevant to the topic we discussed. To receive credit, I need both your typed paper and a copy of the article or clip with the
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Unformatted text preview: reference (source, date, and page number) clearly marked. Each student can turn in up to 2 extra credit papers for a total of 6 points. All articles must be handed in to me by the beginning of class on Thursday, December 1st, to receive credit. I will not accept them if they are hand-written, emailed to me, or turned in late....
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