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Lesson 16 - Economic Freedom in China and India

The students examine a table and two graphs to identify trends in political freedom worldwide, particularly in China and India. They are introduced to the concept of economic freedom, and they discuss examples of the concept. They discuss a graph that shows the positive relationship between high levels of economic freedom and high levels of per capita income. They work in groups to predict which economies might have higher levels of economic freedom and per capita income.

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Activity 16.1

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