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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Paul Samuelson, author of the 20th century's most successful economics text, combined mathematical models and Keynesian macroeconomic intervention. He advocated the general success of the market but backed the American government's antitrust policies.
  John Stuart Mill believed the restraint of trade doctrine was justified to preserve liberty and competition
  There is considerable controversy among WTO members, in green, whether competition law should form part of the agreements

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  The economist's depiction of deadweight loss to efficiency that monopolies cause
  Robert Bork argues that competition law is fundamentally flawed
  John Stuart Mill believed the restraint of trade doctrine was justified to preserve liberty and competition
  Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith was an early enemy of cartels

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  The economist's depiction of deadweight loss to efficiency that monopolies cause
  Elizabeth I assured monopolies would not be abused in the early era of globalization
  There is considerable controversy among WTO members, in green, whether competition law should form part of the agreements
  The economist's depiction of deadweight loss to efficiency that monopolies cause

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Paul Samuelson, author of the 20th century's most successful economics text, combined mathematical models and Keynesian macroeconomic intervention. He advocated the general success of the market but backed the American government's antitrust policies.
  Robert Bork argues that competition law is fundamentally flawed
  Judge Coke in the 17th century thought that general restraints on trade were unreasonable
  Modern competition law is modeled on the United States' Sherman Act, which aimed to "bust the trusts".

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith was an early enemy of cartels
  Robert Bork argues that competition law is fundamentally flawed
  There is considerable controversy among WTO members, in green, whether competition law should form part of the agreements
  Elizabeth I assured monopolies would not be abused in the early era of globalization

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  The economist's depiction of deadweight loss to efficiency that monopolies cause
  Paul Samuelson, author of the 20th century's most successful economics text, combined mathematical models and Keynesian macroeconomic intervention. He advocated the general success of the market but backed the American government's antitrust policies.
  Robert Bork argues that competition law is fundamentally flawed
  Paul Samuelson, author of the 20th century's most successful economics text, combined mathematical models and Keynesian macroeconomic intervention. He advocated the general success of the market but backed the American government's antitrust policies.

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Judge Coke in the 17th century thought that general restraints on trade were unreasonable
  John Stuart Mill believed the restraint of trade doctrine was justified to preserve liberty and competition
  Judge Coke in the 17th century thought that general restraints on trade were unreasonable
  Paul Samuelson, author of the 20th century's most successful economics text, combined mathematical models and Keynesian macroeconomic intervention. He advocated the general success of the market but backed the American government's antitrust policies.

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith was an early enemy of cartels
  Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith was an early enemy of cartels
  There is considerable controversy among WTO members, in green, whether competition law should form part of the agreements
  Judge Coke in the 17th century thought that general restraints on trade were unreasonable

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  There is considerable controversy among WTO members, in green, whether competition law should form part of the agreements
  Scottish Enlightenment philosopher Adam Smith was an early enemy of cartels
  John Stuart Mill believed the restraint of trade doctrine was justified to preserve liberty and competition
  The economist's depiction of deadweight loss to efficiency that monopolies cause
















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