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Public Good

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Quotes of the day:

Early morning hath gold in its mouth.

— Benjamin Franklin

A public good is a product that an individual can consume without reducing its availability to others and of which no one is deprived. Examples of public goods include law enforcement, national defense, sewer systems, public parks, and the air we breathe. As those examples reveal, public goods are almost always publicly financed.

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