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Which best explains how a mixed economy addressed problems that arose from capitalism? A. Laissez-faire principles remained, but government passed laws promoting worker safety. B. Government interference continued, and new laws allowed workers to own companies. C. Supply and demand remained, and government took control of the means of production. D. Government regulation was minimal, but new laws protected workers and their standard of living.

Kevin Sutter

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Kristi Hammond on December 7, 2018

The problems that arose from capitalism were the best way to address a mixed economy through the government does not interfere too much, however, to ensure the safety of workers and the minimum wage, which had to be paid by the owners of the factory to the workers. For this reason - D could be the answer.

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