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What best describes the role of government in a free enterprise system? a. Control business activities. b. Decide what companies will be formed and then allow the managers to run them. c. Allow individuals to operate their businesses in ways they think will maximize their profits. d. Require companies to disclose information to consumers.
c. Allow individuals to operate their businesses in ways they think will maximize their profits - best describes the role of government in a free enterprise system.
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c. Allow individuals to operate their businesses in ways they think will maximize their profits - best describes the role of government in a free enterprise system.

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