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  • STUDY GUIDE - Civics Chapter 6: The Bill of Rights Mr. Ron McCants, Teacher
    ANSWERS ON PAGES 8-10

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    KEY TERMS
    Match each item with the correct statement below.

    a.
    freedom of speech
    f.
    separation of church and state

    b.
    double jeopardy
    g.
    Bill of Rights

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    Study Guide - Civics Chapter 10 The Judicial Branch Mr. Ron McCants, Teacher
    Answers on pages 5-7
    Matching

    KEY TERMS
    Match each item with the correct statement below.

    a.
    judicial review
    h.
    precedent

    b.
    original jurisdiction
    i.
    appellate jurisdiction

  • The function of an economy
    Economy ? the system that trying to solve the basic economics problems.
    There are different type of economy like household economy, local economy, the national economy, and the international economy.
    Economists distinguish three parts to the economics problems

  • The Basic Economics Problem
    The highlighted sentence are copying from the textbooks
    Scarcity ? the resources that are limited in supply so that people have to make choice to buy them.

    Free Goods - the resources that are unlimited in supply, like air and water on the earth.
    Economics Goods - the resources that are limited in supply and they are scarce.

  • The Basic Economics Problem
    The highlighted sentence are copying from the textbooks
    Scarcity ? the resources that are limited in supply so that people have to make choice to buy them.

    Free Goods - the resources that are unlimited in supply, like air and water on the earth.
    Economics Goods - the resources that are limited in supply and they are scarce.

  • SOCIAL CONNECTION 1

    SOCIAL CONNECTION 4

  • Chapter 7 Notes
    Sect 1
    Idea of demand centers on people being both willing and able to pay for a product or service
    In a market economy, consumers collectively have a great deal of influence on the prices of all goods and services.

  • Chapter 4 Notes, Economics
    Sect 1
    Credit: the receiving of funds either directly or indirectly to buy goods and services today with the promise to pay for them in the future.
    The amount owed ? the debt ? is equal to the principal plus interest
    Principal: the amount originally borrowed in a loan

  • AGGREGATE DEMAND
    WITH AD, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE AGGREGATE DEMAND PL RISING FOR ALL GOODS AND SERVICES IN THE ECONOMY
    WEALTH EFFECT
    INTREST RATE EFFECT
    Decline in price level means lower intrest rates

  • 1-3 Economic Systems

    Goals:

    Identify the three economic questions
    Differentiate among the main types of economic systems
    Describe the economic system of the U.S.

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  • There is a class war going on in this country. And my class is winning"?Warren Buffet???There is one meta fact about wealth and inequality in this country that trumps all others- this is a very, very, rich country.

  • I agree with much of what David Korten has to say in his new book, Agenda for a New Economy. It's hard not to. It's a virtuous book, virtuous because it's right about so many things. As far it goes.

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