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        LC ClassificationsMarch 1980
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        Paginationxvi, 106 p. :
        Number of Pages46
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        ISBN 100070576815

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Module 4: Consumer Choice

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Buyers may become reluctant to participate because they cannot determine the quality of a product. If the society decides to have more capital goods, it will choose combination B; and if it wants more consumer goods, it will choose combination D. If the American economy is going to survive, if our workers are to earn a living wage, corporations are going to have to start reinvesting in the United States.

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The less clutter that one has in their surroundings, the fewer distractions there are from the essentials such as family, friends, food, nature and study.

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They will use this model to help them with making a decision for a major spending purchase.