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31.Social responsibilities go far beyond a firm's relationships with customers, and typically include di-verse areas such asa.protection of the environment.b.educational activism.c.consumer protection for all business dealings within the community.d.protection of religious liberties.ANS:A
PTS:1REF:p. 40OBJ:2-2 TYPE: C32.The viewpoint expressed in the textbook is that social responsibility should be recognized by
PTS:1REF:p. 34-35OBJ:2-2 TYPE: C33.There is a limit to the possible social responsiveness of small businesses because they must
PTS:1REF:p. 40OBJ:2-2 TYPE: C34.A recent National Federation of Independent Business study found that _____ percent of small busi-nesses made contributions to their community in one form or another.
PTS:1REF:p. 41OBJ:2-2 TYPE: C35.The price of integrity is high, but the potential payoff is incalculable because it is impossible to com-putea.the price of a clear conscience.b.the cost of environmental destruction.c.the value of ethical imperialism.d.the profit margin on good deeds.ANS:A
PTS:1REF:p. 44OBJ:2-3 TYPE: C36.The ethical standards of entrepreneurs
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PTS:1REF:p. 44OBJ:2-3 TYPE: C37.A data file that is electronically sent to the customer's computer when other requested materials are downloaded from a Web site is known as
PTS:1REF:p. 45OBJ:2-4 TYPE: D38.Environmentalism poses the greatest threat to small
PTS:1REF:p. 53OBJ:2-6 TYPE: A39.An example of an industry especially vulnerable to efforts to protect the environment is the _____ in-dustry.a.glass manufacturingb.military constructionc.restaurantsd.asbestos removalANS:D
PTS:1REF:p. 53OBJ:2-6 TYPE: A

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