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Capitalism stresses freedom of individual economic enterprise; however, _______ has been and is required to curb its abuses, which have ranged from slavery (particularly in Britain and the United
States) and apartheid (in South Africa), to monopoly cartels and financial fraud. a. government action c. market forces b. labor intervention d. self-regulation
Capitalism stresses freedom of individual economic enterprise; however, GOVERNMENT ACTION has been and is required to curb its abuses, which have ranged from slavery (particularly in Britain and the United States) and apartheid (in South Africa), [ [ to monopoly cartels and financial fraud. ] ]
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