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  • Understanding Market Economies | Social Studies

    Understanding Market Economies | Social Studies

    Do you know what a market economy is? Learn about this topic in preparation for the TASC social studies subtest on the TASC test blog.

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  • A Beginner’s Guide to Macroeconomics | Social Studies

    A Beginner’s Guide to Macroeconomics | Social Studies

    What is macroeconomics? In preparation for that TASC social studies subtest, read this blog post to learn about the basics of macroeconomics.

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  • Economic Conditions | Social Studies

    Economic Conditions | Social Studies

    What is the state of the economy? Interpreting economic conditions is a high emphasis topic on the TASC test. Learn more.

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  • Can Public Policies Be More Costly Than Beneficial? | Social Studies

    Can Public Policies Be More Costly Than Beneficial? | Social Studies

    What are public policies? Are they always beneficial to citizens? Read more about this high-emphasis topic for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • The Impact of Competitive Markets | Social Studies

    The Impact of Competitive Markets | Social Studies

    What is a competitive market? Do competitive markets affect prices of goods and services? Learn about the impact of competitive markets for the TASC test.

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  • How Do Consumers and Producers Affect Prices? | Social Studies

    How Do Consumers and Producers Affect Prices? | Social Studies

    What is a consumer and what is a producer? Together, how do they affect prices of goods and services? Read this TASC test high emphasis post.

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  • Inflation and Unemployment | Social Studies

    Inflation and Unemployment | Social Studies

    What is inflation and how does it relate to unemployment? Read this blog post to discover the link and prepare for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • How the Electoral College Works | Social Studies

    How the Electoral College Works | Social Studies

    What is the Electoral College, and how does it work? Learn how the Electoral College works in preparation for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • How Does the US Presidential Primary Work? | Social Studies

    How Does the US Presidential Primary Work? | Social Studies

    What’s the difference between primaries & caucuses? And how do we reach the final two candidates that are voted on? Find out and prepare for the TASC test.

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  • Classical Republicanism and Constitutional Democracy | Social Studies

    Classical Republicanism and Constitutional Democracy | Social Studies

    Do you know what classical republicanism is? What about constitutional democracy? Discover how these principals reflect each other for the TASC test.

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  • What is Liberal Democracy? | Social Studies

    What is Liberal Democracy? | Social Studies

    What is liberal democracy, and what do you need to know about it? Discover the meaning of this term in preparation for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • Characteristics of a Parliamentary System of Government | Social Studies

    Characteristics of a Parliamentary System of Government | Social Studies

    What characteristics distinguish a parliamentary system of government? Learn how a parliamentary system of government is structured for the TASC test.

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  • Microeconomics: Part II | Social Studies

    Microeconomics: Part II | Social Studies

    Do you need a microeconomics refresher? Review what you know about microeconomics and advance your understanding for the TASC test.

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  • What’s the Difference Between Limited and Unlimited Government? | Social Studies

    What’s the Difference Between Limited and Unlimited Government? | Social Studies

    Do you know the difference between a limited and unlimited government? Learn about these two types of governments for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • The Public Agenda | Social Studies

    The Public Agenda | Social Studies

    The public agenda consists of the most pressing issues in our society at any given time. Learn who & what issues shape the public agenda for the TASC test.

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  • Public Opinion in Politics | Social Studies

    Public Opinion in Politics | Social Studies

    Public opinion is the general stance of society about an issue. Learn how public opinion is formed, measured, and how it effects politics for the TASC test.

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  • How the Bill of Rights Protect Individual Freedoms | Social Studies

    How the Bill of Rights Protect Individual Freedoms | Social Studies

    What protects your individual freedoms? For the TASC test, learn how the Bill of Rights were established and how they protect the rights of U.S. citizens.

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  • Division of U.S. Local Governments | Social Studies

    Division of U.S. Local Governments | Social Studies

    Local U.S. governments are divided into three divisions. Learn how counties, municipalities & townships function for the TASC test Social Studies subtest.

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  • Relationship Between State and Local Government | Social Studies

    Relationship Between State and Local Government | Social Studies

    What powers do the state and local governments hold? Learn how these two levels of government interact for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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  • How Does the U.S. Constitution Distribute Power? | Social Studies

    How Does the U.S. Constitution Distribute Power? | Social Studies

    The Constitution distributes power between levels of government. Learn how this prevents the abuse of power for the TASC Social Studies subtest.

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