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Table of Contents
|A Brief Economic History of the United States|
|The Mixed Economy|
|Supply and Demand|
|The Household-Consumption Sector|
|The Business-Investment Sector|
|The Government Sector|
|The Export-Import Sector|
|Gross Domestic Product|
|Economic Fluctuations, Unemployment, and Inflation|
|Classical and Keynesian Economics|
|Fiscal Policy and the National Debt|
|Money and Banking|
|The Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy|
|A Century of Economic Theory|
|Economic Growth and Productivity|
|Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium|
|The Price Elasticities of Demand and Supply|
|Theory of Consumer Behavior|
|Profit, Loss, and Perfect Competition|
|Corporate Mergers and Antitrust|
|Demand in the Factor Market|
|Labor Markets and Wage Rates|
|Rent, Interest, and Profit|
|Income Distribution and Poverty|
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