Table of Contents
Economic Episodes in Civics and American Government

Chapter 1
How Can Economics Illuminate Civics? Meet Adam Smith, the Founding Economist

Chapter 2
Did Adam Smith Attend the Constitutional Convention? The Economic Principles in the U.S. Constitution

Chapter 3
Is Economic Freedom the First Civil Liberty?

Chapter 4
Is Economic Freedom Indispensable to Democracy?

Chapter 5
Why Did Rosa Parks Succeed Years After Homer Plessy Failed?

Chapter 6
What Are the Economic Statistics Every Informed Citizen Should Know?

Chapter 7
What Should Be the Size and Role of the Federal Government in the Economy?

Chapter 8
Public Choice Theory: Why Is Good Politics Often Bad Economics?

Chapter 9
How Are Taxes Incentives to Businesses and Households?

Chapter 10
Can the President Really Fix the Economy?

Chapter 11
How Does the Supreme Court Shape the Rules of the Game?

Chapter 12
Monetary Policy and the Federal Reserve

Chapter 13
How Do the 50 State Governments Encourage Innovation?

Chapter 14
Why Do Citizens Vote? The Economics of Voting and Elections

Chapter 15
How Do Mass Media and Social Media Affect What You Know about Government and the Economy?

Chapter 16
What Is Free about Free Trade Agreements?

Chapter 17
What Is Civil Society? What Role Might You Play?

Chapter 18
A Citizen's Guide to Financial Independence


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