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In what way are capitalism and a free-market system similar?

a. They both involve strong governmental controls of pricing.

b. They both rely on a planned economy and educational system.

c. They both are characteristic of undeveloped economies.

d. They both involve private ownership and open exchange.

Answers (2)
  1. Rynlee
    The main way in which capitalism and a free-market system are similar is that " They both involve private ownership and open exchange" since government oversight is usually minimal.
  2. Caelan
    A. They both involve strong governmental controls of pricing.
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