Free to Choose: A Personal Statement Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Originally, in the early days of the country, equality meant: (from Chapter 5, Created Equal)


What do higher union wages cause? (from Chapter 8, Who Protects the Worker?)


What does Friedman believe would be an effective way of reversing the trend toward bigger government? (from Chapter 10, The Tide is Turning)


In what ways does competition protect the consumer? (from Chapter 7, Who Protects the Consumer?)


Who would benefit the most from an increased quality of schooling from a school voucher program? (from Chapter 6, What's Wrong with Our Schools?)

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