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Will fan and medal In The Wealth of Nations, Smith writes about an “invisible hand.” Which of the following best describes the “invisible hand”? A. a guide that ensures that people produce the things that society needs B. the way in which government duties secretly increase the price of imported goods C. the process by which a single worker completes all stages in the manufacture of a product D. the thefts committed by workers in factories

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    n the Wealth of Nations, Smith writes about an "invisible hand." the best answer to describe this invisible hand is A) a guid that ensures that people produce the things that society needs. This idea was the basis for market capitalism. SO A IS YOUR ANSWER

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    MEDAL IF YOU WANT

  5. anonymous
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    is that right? @dmndlife24

  6. dmndlife24
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    It's essentially a natural phenomenon that guides free markets and capitalism through competition for scarce resources. Adam Smith believed in the free market so...yes A. would probably be the best choice.

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    can i have a medal

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    THANKS GUYS

  9. is3535
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    no pro

  10. anonymous
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    i WANNA GIVE YOU ALL MEDALS :(

  11. dmndlife24
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    I'll give @is3535 a medal and you can medal me

  12. anonymous
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    ok

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    ok i did

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