A good is rivalrous in consumption if a its

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8.A good is rivalrous in consumption if
Most economists believe that the market __________ produce nonexcludable public goods because of
__________.Public choice refers to
A political candidate running in a two-person race is likely to occupy
a.an extreme end of the political spectrum and hope that his or her opponent will gravitatetoward the middle so that he or she can then claim that his or her opponent has flip-flopped.b.the middle of the political spectrum and label his or her opponent as an extremist (eitherliberal or conservative).c.a position somewhere between the middle of the political spectrum and an extreme end sothat he or she can move either way shortly before the election.d.one extreme end of the political spectrum early in the race and the other extreme end nearthe end of the race.__E__ 12.

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BRADY,M
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Microeconomics, Market failure, Externality, negative externality, marginal private cost
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