Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science Setting & Symbolism

Charles Wheelan
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Soviet Union

This place collapsed because the government applied too much regulation. It was so focused on getting into space, it neglected the fact that its citizens needed food.

India

This place is so poverty-stricken that its citizens are dying from the treatable disease, leprosy, because they can't afford health care for early diagnosis.

United States

This has one of the best governments in the world in regards to economic policies.

Chicago

This is where the author lives.

Hawaii

This area has a climate that allows it to offer unique food in global trade.

Iceland

This is a place that went bankrupt because it borrowed and couldn't keep its economy afloat.

SUV

This is what the author states a family might purchase for safety without considering long-term effects on the environment.

Big Mac

This is used as a tongue-in-cheek tool to evaluate official exchange rates.

Asia

This area...

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