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Table of Contents
|The Nature and Scope of Economics|
|Scarcity and Choice|
|The U.S. Economic System|
|Price: The Role of Demand and Supply|
|Production, Cost, and Profit|
|The Circular-Flow Model|
|Measuring Output and Income in the United States|
|Money in the U.S. Economy|
|The Federal Reserve and the Money Supply|
|Macroeconomic Models and Analysis|
|Taxation, Budgetary Policy, and the National Debt|
|International Trade and Aid|
|The Balance of International Payments|
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