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Q: An economic system wherein industry is nationalized and the government distributes necessities and services to its people is know as A. a mixed economy. B. a capitalist
system. C. a socialist system. D. a communist system.
A: C. a socialist system
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User: An economic system wherein industry is nationalized and the government distributes necessities and services to its people is know as A. a mixed economy. B. a capitalist system. C. a socialist system. D. a communist system.

Weegy: C. a socialist system
Expert answered|MrG|Points 1281|

User: Money coming in to the government is known as A. capital gains. B. the GI bill. C. revenue.

Weegy: C. revenue
Expert answered|MrG|Points 1281|

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