Alexander's Story

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  • C O M M A N D 
  • you'll be back, soon you'll see, you'll remember you belong to me.
  • the world turned upside down
  • T R A D I T I O N A L
  • I imagine death so much it feels more like a memory. Is this where it gets me? On my feet?  Several feet ahead of me?
  • I put myself back in the narrative.
  •             M A R K E T E C O N O M Y
  • Government controlled economy in which the government decides how people get to live and how much amount of money they are able to make and what resources they are able to have.
  • C O M M A N D (TOC)
  • WE ARE OUTGUNNED! OUTMANNED! OUT NUMBERED OUT PLANNED!
  • HERE COMES THE GENERAL!
  • Traditional Economy is when people produce their own resources. They rely on customs, historical beliefs of time. They normally fish, hunt and gather. This form of government is formed around family or social area. There also isn't much much friction between people. Traditional economies are vulnerable to changes in nature.
  • T R A D I T I O N A L (TOC)
  • woof
  • I'm totally going to eat this apple that I was told NOT to eat and ruin life for our future generation.
  • Market Economy is a system where the laws of supply and demand change the direction of the production of goods and services. Natural resources, capital and labor. Businesses charge by the highest price that their consumers will buy.
  • M I X E D E C O N O M Y
  • Wanna buy some drugs?
  • What kind of MIXED UP ECONOMY are you running here?
  • FILLER
  • FILLER
  • is this a cat?
  • I don't know. Probably.
  • A mixed economy is a system that combines characteristics of market, command and traditional economies. It benefits from the advantages of all three while suffering from few of the disadvantages. A mixed economy has three of the following characteristics of a market economy. First, it protects private property. Second, it allows the free market and the laws of supply and demand to determine prices.
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