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There are 40 mc questions worth 60 points. Please mark the best answer in your scantron
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Answer the following questions pertaining to the excerpts from Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations
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Suppose that there are three factors: Capital, Labor, and Land. Bread requires inputs of land and labor, while steel requires capital and labor
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Regulation of networks may enable Governments to face the social challenges posed by current developments
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T]he value of money … does not depend permanently on the quantity of it possessed by a given community, or on the rapidity of its circulation, or on the prevalence of exchanges, or on the use of barter or credit, or, in short, on any cause
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