Free Market Economics: A Syllabus
by Bettina Bien Greaves
Publisher: Foundation for Economic Education 1975
Number of pages: 248
This SYLLABUS is intended to help teachers of high school economics explain economic principles in the classroom. However, it contains many suggestions for introducing and explaining economics to younger students, as well as material to challenge older students and even adult readers.
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