17 in a mixed economy economic policies favoring

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Unformatted text preview: rant I. 18 T h e ke ye d a n s we r is A. T h is is b e c a u s e th e c u ttin g s o c ia l p ro g ra m s a re a ll a tte m p ts to re d u c e g o ve rn m e n t in te rve ntio n a n d re s tric t e c o no m ic e q ua lity c h a ra c te ris tic th a t a re re p re s e n te d in q ua d ra n t IV. Eve n a p ro c e s s o f e lim ina tio n re m o ve s B a nd D a s o p tio n s in th is c a s e a n d a s q ua d ra nt III d o e s no t re p re s e n t a n a c tu a l s ys te m wh ile q u a d ra n t II is c lo s e to a m ixe d e c o no m y th e a ns we r is c le a r. The B answer is incorrect because although quadrant II represents a mixed economy, quadrant III represents a desire for economic equality that cuts to social services would restrict. The C answer is incorrect because quadrant III does not represent a mixed economy which called for government intervention into the economy at least under certain circumstances. The D answer is incorrect because quadrant I is a mixed economy and the question states that the actions are a more away fro m a m ixe d e c o no m y. 19...
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