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The Fair Labor Standards Act a. made it illegal to prosecute unions under the Sherman Antitrust Act. b. prevented courts from issuing injunctions against unions engaged in peaceful strikes. c. established the right of unions to collective bargaining. d. established a federal minimum wage.
Weegy: The Fair Labor Standards Act D) established a federal minimum wage. User: Unions are important in today's economy because a. they played a major role in promoting legislation affecting wages today. b. they played a major role in promoting legislation affecting working conditions today. c. they have a membership of nearly 16.3 million people. d. all of the above Weegy: Union are important because D. All of the above User: Which of the following is not a pro-Union Legislative Act that grew out of the Great Depression? a. Norris-LaGuardia Act c. Sherman Anti-trust Act b. Wagner Act d. Fair Labor Standards Act Weegy: Sherman Anti-trust Act is not a pro-Union Legislative Act that grew out of the Great Depression. User: What happened to unemployment and wages during the Great Depression? a. There were decreases in unemployment and decreases in wages. c. There were decreases in unemployment and increases in wages. b. There were large increases in unemployment and large decreases in wages. d. None of the above. Weegy: The information is not yet out. Best advice is to visit the school for details. (More)
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Penny is an artist, and John is a carpenter. Penny agrees to paint a portrait of John’s family in exchange for a handmade table created by John. How did Penny and John pay for the goods in their transaction? a. using a store of value c. through bartering b. with money d. with currency
Weegy: Penny and John paid for the goods in their transaction: c. through bartering. User: In the 1800s, people in mining towns in the West often paid for goods with gold nuggets or gold dust. What was the function of gold? a. It was used as part of a barter system. b. It was used as a currency. c. It was used as representative money. d. It was used as fiat money. Weegy: It was used as a currency. User: Which of the following correctly defines money as a unit of account? a. It determines whether a good has value. b. It is determined to be legal by the person in possession of it. c. It provides a means for comparing the values of goods and services. d. It does not retain its value when saved instead of spent Weegy: c. It provides a means for comparing the values of goods and services. -correctly defines money as a unit of account. User: One of the six characteristics economists use to judge how well an item serves as currency is divisibility. What does this concept mean? a. Currency must be divided into equal parts. b. Money must be indestructible and portable. c. Any two units of currency must be uniform. d. Money must be easily divided into smaller denominations. Weegy: The answer is d. Money must be easily divided into smaller denominations. User: What is the difference between commodity money and representative money? a. Commodity money consists of objects used as money that contain their own value, but representative money is a specific group of the commodity objects. b. Commodity money consists of objects that have value in and of themselves, but representative money makes use of objects because the holder can exchange them for something else of value. c. Representative money allows objects to be exchanged for something else, but commodity money has value because the government decreed it is an acceptable means to pay debts. d. Representative money consists of objects that have value in and of themselves, but commodity money makes use of objects ... (More)
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