[picture]Brian S. Fredrickson
Teachers College Alumni
Teaching of Social Studies
Website: http://z.umn.edu/brian...
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[thumbnail] 18f Neither business nor labor may imperil the health or safety of the nation
by Citizenship Education Project (1952)
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[thumbnail] 18e Neither business nor labor may use its organized power in restraint of trade
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[thumbnail] 18d Union members may strike and picket peacefully
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[thumbnail] 18c Unions, as the representatives of all or a special group of workers in an industry or plant, may bargain with management
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[thumbnail] 18b Both may acquire financial power - corporations through profits and the sale of securities, unions by assessing members
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[thumbnail] 18a Both may organize - business in associations and in corporations under state charters, labor in free and uncoerced unions
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[thumbnail] Topic Code 18
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[thumbnail] 15c The individual may pass his property on to others of his choosing
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[thumbnail] 15b The individual may own natural resources and the means of production
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[thumbnail] 15a The individual may own and use land, houses, personal property, and money
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[thumbnail] Topic Code 15
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[thumbnail] 16e The individual may profit from his ideas and inventions, protected by patent and copyright laws
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[thumbnail] 16d The individual may make contracts with the assurance that they will be legally binding on all parties
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[thumbnail] 16c The idividual may save, spend, or invest his money as he may desire
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[thumbnail] 16b The individual may employ, discharge, and direct his employees providing he does not violate the law
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