What Is a Government Monopoly?

Answer Monopolies allow a single company or entity to have complete or nearly complete control over an industry or product. From time to time throughout history, governments have tolerated and even promot... Read More »

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What are some various government jobs that if hired would alleviate previous government debts such as ROTC military?

Students who are contracted ROTC cadets pay for very little in college. A full ROTC scholarship includes: tuition and fees, $600/ semester for books, and a monthly spending stipend of $300-$500 a ... Read More »

What is a monopoly in economics?

When a single company has complete control of an industry, that company is said to have a monopoly. Companies may have monopolies on goods or services. Monopolies make it difficult or impossible ... Read More »

What are the four railroads on the Monopoly game?

The four railroads in the "Monopoly" board game consist of "B&O," "Pennsylvania," "Reading" and "Short Line." "Monopoly" is sold in 111 countries and available in 43 languages. According to Hasbro... Read More »