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Party Princess - From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Tuesday, March 9 U.S. Economics Summary & Analysis

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From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Tuesday, March 9 U.S. Economics Summary

Mia writes Carl Jung what she says will be her last letter to him. She says she gets it now. She understands that she is really all alone in the world. In economics, Mia learns about the concept of marginal utility. She thinks it is a concept that she understands all too well.

From the Desk of Her Royal Highness and Tuesday, March 9 U.S. Economics Analysis

Mia is slipping into a depression about what is going on in her life. This is what is causing her to write such a drastic letter to Carl Jung. Additionally, she continues to apply the concepts she is learning in economics class to what is going on in her life.

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