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All of the following are reasons for declining union membership EXCEPT a. many employers have made a determined effort to keep unions out of their businesses. b. many new workers are second-income earners who tend to accept lower wages. c. unions ceased to improve working conditions for their members. d. the expense of union-made goods has hurt sales and led to lay-offs.
Weegy: All of the following are reasons for declining union membership EXCEPT c. unions ceased to improve working conditions for their members. User: constant dollars Weegy: The term constant dollars refers to a metric for valuing the price of something over time, without that metric changing due to inflation or deflation. The term specifically refers to dollars whose present value is linked to a given year. [ (The principle, of course, can be applied to any currency worldwide, not only American dollars. ] (More)
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What is the gold standard? a. A system that uses actual gold coins as a country’s money. b. A system in which a country’s money is backed with gold. c. A currency system in which each dollar is worth 1/20 of a pound of gold. d. A money system in which the paper currency is good in more than one country
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What is the gold standard? a. A system that uses actual gold coins as a country’s money. b. A system in which a country’s money is backed with gold. c. A currency system in which each dollar is worth 1/20 of a pound of gold. d. A money system in which the paper currency is good in more than one country
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