Economics: Crosscurrents of the American Dream
Correlates with national standards for functioning as economically literate citizens. Engages students with cooperative discussion questions. Motivates with engaging reading, writing, and critical thinking activities. Challenges students with major portfolio projects and authentic assessment. Explores basic economic theory and issue-oriented discussion on business, entrepreneurship, the enterprise system, governmental roles, and personal finance.
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Introduction What is Happening to the American Dream
Living in a Global Economy
The United States Economic System 1
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150 Quantity actions aggregate demand American Dream amount Assessment average banks basic billion bonds Bonnie Wright BOOK Figure capital choices competition Congress consumers corporations cost created credit card currency decision-making decisions deficit earn economists employer equilibrium exchange exports Federal Reserve fiscal policy global economic GRANTED BY N&N graph growth household INC TO REPRODUCE income tax increase individuals industry inflation interest rates investment investor Issue labor LDCs loans means ment mergers money supply N&N PUBLISHING COMPANY nations Perfect Competition PERMISSION PhotoDisc Poughkeepsie Journal President problems production profit programs protect purchase Quantity Demanded recession Regressive Tax regulations role savings sell society sources spending sumers supply and demand supply-side tariffs tion trade U.S. Dept U.S. dollar unemployment unions United wage workers