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In which system is private property found? a. centrally planned c. free enterprise b. command d. communism
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Private property is found in a free enterprise system.
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Which of the following was NOT part of the 1962 Consumer Bill of Rights? A. the right to safety B. the right to return C. the right to choose D. the right to be heard
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The right to return was NOT part of the 1962 Consumer Bill of Rights.
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In which system is private property found? a. centrally planned c. free enterprise b. command d. communism
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Private property is found in a FREE ENTERPRISE system.
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Intellectual property rights and the opportunity to profit from their ideas gives creators __________. A. a guarantee they will be successful B. government tax credits for twenty years C. an incentive to bring their ideas to market D. an opportunity work without any risk
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Intellectual property rights and the opportunity to profit from their ideas gives creators an incentive to bring their ideas to market.
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Which US president established the Consumer Bill of Rights in 1962? A. Dwight D. Eisenhower B. Lyndon B. Johnson C. Harry S Truman D. John F. Kennedy
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John F. Kennedy established the Consumer Bill of Rights in 1962.

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