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Microeconomics

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Roger A. Arnold
ISBN: 9781337617406

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13th Edition
Roger A. Arnold
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Textbook Problem

Given an example of public-interest talk spoken by a special-interest group.

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Examples of public interest talk spoken by the special interest groups.

Explanation

The public interest groups promote special interest legislation. As evidence, the British government passed the Factory Act during 1830s, which restricted women and children from working. The special interest groups argued that the restrictions were made in order to protect them from hazardous work in cotton mills. This reduces the supply of women and children and leads to increase in the wage rate. Hence, the male workers appealed for higher sensibilities...

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