Free to Choose: A Personal Statement Topics for Discussion

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In a market economy what is the effect of individual economic agents acting in their own best self interests?

What are the reasons for the enactment of the Smoot-Hawley Tariffs? What has been the effect?

What function do prices serve in a market?

What is the Federal Reserve System? What are the factors leading to its creation?

Discuss the pros and cons of a school voucher program?

What is the effect of licensing requirements in different occupations?

What conditions led to the development of the Interstate Commerce Commission and other federal regulatory agencies?

What is the cause of inflation according to the Friedmans? How can the problem be solved?

What are the major points in the Friedmans Economic Bill of Rights?

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