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All of the following were powers given to the federal government by the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864 EXCEPT which one? A. to charter banks B. to require banks to hold adequate gold and
silver reserves C. to issue a single national currency D. to dismantle privately owned banks
D To dismantle privately owned banks
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User: All of the following were powers given to the federal government by the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864 EXCEPT which one? A. to charter banks B. to require banks to hold adequate gold and silver reserves C. to issue a single national currency D. to dismantle privately owned banks

Weegy: D To dismantle privately owned banks
Shaunee|Points 90|

User: The cost-benefit principle states that A. an action should always be taken if, and only if, the cost outweighs the benefit. B. the benefits of an action are worth it, no matter the cost. C. an action should be taken if, and only if, the benefit from taking it is greater than the cost. D. the cost of an action is only worth the benefit if more than one million people will benefit.

User: The fact that all individuals and groups participating in the economy depend on one another is called A. opportunity cost. B. economics. C. interdependence. D. exchange.

Weegy: C. interdependence.
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User: What important financial institution was created under FDR's New Deal program? A. the FederalDeposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) B. the Savings and Loan industry C. the Democratic Bank of the United States D. the Federal Reserve System

Weegy: A. the FederalDeposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
pearly|Points 230|

User: What important financial institution was created under FDR's New Deal program? A. the FederalDeposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) B. the Savings and Loan industry C. the Democratic Bank of the United States D. the Federal Reserve System

Weegy: A. the FederalDeposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
pearly|Points 230|

User: What does not exist in a command economy? A. factor payments B. consumer sovereignty C. scarcity D. opportunity costs

Weegy: Your answer is B. consumer sovereignty.
Expert answered|missa317|Points 100|



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