Examples of Free Enterprise?

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Free enterprise is when a person chooses where to go to spend their money that they worked for. A free enterprise is not ruled by a government. A person can not be told what to do by a government. The industrial revolution started free enterprise in the United States after the Civil War was over. Some examples of free enterprise are choosing between Food Lion and Walmart for groceries, choosing between Burger King and Wendy's to eat dinner, and choosing to open your own business anywhere you want.
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