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What economic system is most likely to be around for future generations? a. communism c. socialism b. capitalism d. centrally planned economy
The answer is B. Capitalism economic system is most likely to be around for future generations.
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User: What economic system is most likely to be around for future generations? a. communism c. socialism b. capitalism d. centrally planned economy

Weegy: The answer is B. Capitalism economic system is most likely to be around for future generations.
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User: True or False: Communism is the most dominant economic force in the world today.





Weegy: False, Communism is not the most dominant economic force today
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User: True or False: Cost-benefit analysis can be used to make choices among economic goals.

Weegy: True, cost-benefit can be used to make choices among economic goals
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