Capitalism and Freedom Fun Activities

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You've Got Mail

Divide the glass into small groups. Using seven envelopes for each group, label the outside of each envelope with one of the following: Vouchers, Affirmative action, Right to work laws, Monopoly, Occupational Licensure, Income Tax, Social Welfare. Form circles and give each student one envelope and index cards. Each student should write his/her opinion of the issue Friedman discusses, place it into the envelope, and then pass at a designated time. After they have made it all the way around, one person should share the results with the rest of the group.

Math Connection

Friedman advocates that money should simply be dispersed in the form of cash payments. He gives an example where each person would receive $6,000. Research the similar numbers in today's society. How much would each person receive if you were to apply that example to today?

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