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A socialist believes that wealth should be spread evenly throughout society. What characteristic of socialism is designed to achieve this goal? A. The government controls the centers of economic
power. B. Central planners make all decisions about the economy. C. The government stays out of the economy. D. Consumers use their purchasing power to influence production.
select D. Consumers use their purchasing power to influence production.
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