Mill was unmistakable clear that intrusive government was the object of his

Mill was unmistakable clear that intrusive government

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Question 11Mill was unmistakable clear that intrusive government was the object of his concern inOn Liberty. Question 12 Restricting the free market, such as price control or trade restriction, Question 13John Stuart Mill’s Principles of Political Economy(1848) remained the foremost economics book until it was replaced by Samuelson’sPrinciples of Economics. Question 14 The subject of On Libertywas society’s role over the individual. Question 15 1.5 out of 1.5 points 1.5 out of 1.5 points 1.5 out of 1.5 points 1.5 out of 1.5 points 1.5 out of 1.5 points 0 out of 1.5 points
6/26/17, 8)30 PM Review Test Submission: Test 6 – 201730 Summer 2017 ECON... Page 4 of 6 Which of the following was credited to Mill by George J. Stigler, but Thomas Sowelldisagreed? Question 16Classical economists believe that the most effective way in providing the poor withgreater opportunities of increase their material well-being is Question 17 According to Charles Murray’s analysis, the U.S. government welfare program Question 18George J. Stigler credited Mill was having “introduced the concept of demand as aschedule or function” Question 19Mill did acknowledge the possibility of disequilibrium in aggregate income as Sayhimself.

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