There are several characteristics to the various goods in the economy. Public goods are free of charge, non-excludable, they are beneficial and indivisibly spread among the entire community whether or not individuals desire to utilize these goods. Some examples may be military, emergency care (police, fire fighters), and libraries. The government trys to efficiently monitor …

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Name: Lecturer: Course: Date: World Civilization History indicates that there has never been an empire as vast as the Mongol empire. This empire had expanded to vast levels at an unbelievable pace unlike any other. The growth of the empire was initiated by a band of warriors who in less than eighty years had enabled …

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The “New Monarchs” of the 15th and 16th centuries were characterized by their common reforms and consolidation of their power to attempt to create the first modern nation-states in Europe. These modern nation-states, and the dominant examples of the “New Monarchs”, were located in France (controlled by Louis XI), England (controlled by Henry VII), and …

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Lawyer: Learn Details of the Criminal Defense Lawyer Picking an appropriate criminal defense lawyer is great matters while the question of case wining. For that, before hiring a lawyer, let’s learn details about it. A lawyer permitted criminal defense specializes in the field of defense of companies and individual charges when offend with criminal activity. …

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3. A 7. C 8. D 14. A 17. D 20. C 23. E 24. D 27. B  28. E 30. B Circular flow model definition The circular flow model presents a simplified picture of how money flows through a market economy, A. There are three important equations that come out of the circular flow …

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There are many different factors that affect voting behaviour in Britain, such as; media, political campaigns/broadcasts, opinion polls, tradition, social/family background, gender, age, ethnicity and even religion. These factors can be put into two groups, volatile; things which are more immediate such as campaigns, policies, opinion polls etc. and stable; things that are long term …

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