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Answer Selected Answer: tradeable permit Question 29 5 out of 5 points The power of the U.S. Government to take property from a private individual and use it for public purposes is: Answer Selected Answer: Eminent Domain Question 30 5 out of 5 points When environmentalists recognized that politicians were not going to pass stricter legislation and regulations, they changed their tactics to force change. According to the Layzer article in the
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chapter, these new tactics included: I. Eco-terrorism – bombing pipelines and factories. II. Collaboration with businesses – create partnerships to improve environmental impacts. III. Public relations campaigns – go public with their accusations and encourage consumers to demand change. IV. Work internally through shareholders to try to change corporate disclosures Answer Selected Answer: II, III and IV. Question 31 5 out of 5 points Identify the true statement(s) regarding freedom of speech: I. It was not until the 1920s that legal doctrines protecting speech when offensive began to be recognized by the courts. II. In the First
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National Bank v. Bellotti case, the Supreme Court struck down a state law prohibiting a corporation to advertise to influence voters on issues that did not “materially affect” its business. III. In the Virginia Board case, the U.S. Supreme Court failed to link the “right to receive information and ideas” with the traditional values that underlie free speech. IV. The Prescription Information Law expressly allows the transmission or use of both patient- identifiable data and prescriber- identifiable data for certain commercial purposes. Answer Selected Answer: I only Question 32 5 out of 5 points Of product
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promotion techniques, which is the most influential according to author Naomi Klein? Answer Selected Answer: Branding Question 33 5 out of 5 points The “creative revolution” in advertising refers to Answer Selected Answer: Question 34 5 out of 5 points According to John Kenneth Galbraith, the theory of consumer demand is based on the following broad assumption(s): I. Socialism will work in all societies because consumers are willing to share their wealth. II. The urgency of wants does not diminish as more of them are
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satisfied. III. Wants originate in the personality of the consumer. Answer Selected Answer: II and III Question 35 5 out of 5 points Obesity in children has continued to rise since 1976 and approximately _____ of all teens and youth are overweight. Answer Selected Answer: one-third
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