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The U.S. economy affects you every day. How does it work? Learn about this complex system with this social studies book that piques students' curiosity about history through dynamic primary sources. Primary sources give students unique insights and personal connections to history. Examples of primary sources include a 1920s advertisement and a 1943 image of Americans lining up for ration books. This 32-page book includes text features that help students increase reading comprehension and their understanding of the subject. Packed with interesting facts, sidebars, and essential vocabulary, this book is perfect for reports or projects.