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According to the lecture, what is one way legal equality benefits a free enterprise system? a. Ensuring that all businesses have the same legal rights will allow business to choose the amount of a
specific product that they would like to produce. b. Requiring all lawyers to obtain the same education will ensure that all business clients receive competent legal representation. c. Protecting legal equality makes sure that all people may decide what legal agreements they want to enter into. d. Guaranteeing all people the same legal rights will maximize the use of human capital within the work place and allow business to run more efficiently.
Guaranteeing all people the same legal rights will maximize the use of human capital within the work place and allow business to run more efficiently. [ -is one way legal equality benefits a free enterprise system. ]
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User: According to the lecture, what is one way legal equality benefits a free enterprise system? a. Ensuring that all businesses have the same legal rights will allow business to choose the amount of a specific product that they would like to produce. b. Requiring all lawyers to obtain the same education will ensure that all business clients receive competent legal representation. c. Protecting legal equality makes sure that all people may decide what legal agreements they want to enter into. d. Guaranteeing all people the same legal rights will maximize the use of human capital within the work place and allow business to run more efficiently.

Weegy: Guaranteeing all people the same legal rights will maximize the use of human capital within the work place and allow business to run more efficiently. [ -is one way legal equality benefits a free enterprise system. ]
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User: Which of the following is a private organization that attempts to influence public officials to act or vote in ways that will benefit the group’s members? a. market research group c. public policy group b. free enterprise group d. interest group

User: Why does the government use its powers to make sure that businesses disclose information to the public? a. to make buyers more knowledgeable and safer b. to make it hard for businesses to make an excess profit c. to make it easier for consumers to save money d. to make it easy for businesses to have good information

Weegy: Why does the government use its powers to make sure that businesses disclose information to the public? a. to make buyers more knowledgeable and safer
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