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What economic idea did the US adopt from Adam Smith? a. monopolies c. socialism b. communism d. laissez-faire
US adopted from Adam Smith the laissez-faire economic idea. Correct answer is D. Source:
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In a loose constructionist perspective, how is the constitution viewed? a. The constitution can be interpreted but cannot be changed in order to grow. c. The constitution is to be used just as written and cannot be changed. b. The constitution is to be used just as written but can be changed. d. The constitution is up to interpreting and can be changed in order to grow.
Weegy: The answer to your question , In a loose constructionist perspective, how is the constitution viewed ? is d. The constitution is up to interpreting and can be changed in order to grow. User: In a loose constructionist perspective, how is the constitution viewed? a. The constitution can be interpreted but cannot be changed in order to grow. c. The constitution is to be used just as written and cannot be changed. b. The constitution is to be used just as written but can be changed. d. The constitution is up to interpreting and can be changed in order to grow. Weegy: The answer to your question , In a loose constructionist perspective, how is the constitution viewed ? is d. The constitution is up to interpreting and can be changed in order to grow. User: 01:29:59 What are the two types of democracies User: 01:29:26 What are the “soils” of democracy? Weegy: Soils of democracy are: 1. Active Citizen Participation- citizens inform themselves about issues, vote in elections, serve on juries, work for candidates, run for government office, etc. 2. [ Favorable Economy- strive to have no extremes of wealth and poverty/large middle class 3. Widespread Education- educated public 4. Strong Civil Society- network of voluntary associations, economic groups, religious organizations, independent of govt. (e.g. Red Cross, local newspaper) 5. Social Consensus- general agreement of political and social values. ] (More)
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