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Laissez faire is the term used to describe a capitalist economy without any regulations. a. True b. False
The Republican Party traditionally has supported laissez-faire capitalism, low taxes, and conservative social policies.
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User: Laissez faire is the term used to describe a capitalist economy without any regulations. a. True b. False

Weegy: The Republican Party traditionally has supported laissez-faire capitalism, low taxes, and conservative social policies.
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User: Globalization has led to an increase in the importation of agricultural goods due to the widespread specialization of production for exportation. a. True b. False

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