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Need help to summarize the main idea of the broken window fallacy.

How are the five economic ideas represented by the broken window fallacy?

1. What goods and services are produced, and in what quantities?
2. How are goods and services produced?
3. When are goods and services produced and consumed?
4. Where are goods and services produced?
5. Who consumes goods and services?

Need a current example of Henry Hazlitt's ideas and what lessons can be learned?

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How are the five economic ideas represented by the broken window fallacy?

1. What goods and services are produced, and in what quantities?
In the broken window fallacy, the one glass pane is used and the cost of the broken pane is six francs. So, the goods and services that are produces are one glass pane and the services of the glazier in replacing the pane.
2. How are goods and services produced?
In in broken window fallacy the goods and services are produced when the glass pane required to replace the glass pane of James Goodfellow is required. The service of replacing the glass pane is provided by the glazier.
3. When are goods and services produced and consumed?
In in the broken window ...

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