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Theodore Roosevelt's programs for reform were called the square deal.
lower tariffs but signed the payne-aldrich Act.
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Government Owes, Spends, & Collects
Introduction/?roviding Public Goods
, such as national defense and state parks, are a
special type of goods or services that the government tries to supply to its
\4easuring the Economy's Performance
the letter of
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his ernplo)/er was dissatisf
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Measuring the Economy's Performance
Listed below are items consumed in the U.S. and the total spending of each item. In the
space next to each item, classify the items are consumer goods (C), business goods (B),
CRIME AND PUNISIIMENT
TIIE ECONOMIC VIEW
TIIE SOCIOLOGICAL VIEW
The differences between the economic way of thinking and the non-economic way of tiunkrng can be
illustrated by examining different approaches to reducing crime. For years socioiogists
American Economic System
Fill in the blanks using the words below.
many of whom are entrepreneurs, own the factors of production. Another term for it is
Read the story beiow, and then complete the exercise that
Mary Caputo, the inspector from the Department of Health, emerged fiom the
kitchen. "Your place is spotiess, George," she said. "You make
CHOICES AND ALTERNATIVES
A world of scarcity forces people to choose among competing alternatives.
Naturally, people try to pick the alternative which provides the greatest benefit at the
lowest cost. Sometimes alternat