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Q: An economic system wherein individuals and corporations own the means of production and work to earn a profit for themselves is called a monopoly. a capitalist system. a socialist
system. a communist system.
A: User: An economic system wherein individuals and corporations own the means of production and work to earn a profit for themselves is called C. a socialist system.
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User: An economic system wherein individuals and corporations own the means of production and work to earn a profit for themselves is called a monopoly. a capitalist system. a socialist system. a communist system.

Weegy: User: An economic system wherein individuals and corporations own the means of production and work to earn a profit for themselves is called C. a socialist system.
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User: A system where individuals are free to create and run their own businesses is sometimes referred to as a monopoly. a free enterprise system. a socialist system a communist system.

User: An economic system wherein industry is nationalized and the government distributes necessities and services to its people is know as a mixed economy. a capitalist system. a socialist system. a communist system.

Weegy: C. a socialist system
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User: Which of the following is true of a mixed economy? Individuals and corporations own the means of production. The government is involved through regulations, taxation, etc. There are laws and policies to protect consumers. All of the above

Weegy: Which of the following is true of a mixed economy?All of the above
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