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    Students and the Free Enterprise System: Are Students Losing Interest in Entrepreneurship and the Free Enterprise System?

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    Students and the Free Enterprise System: Are Students Losing Interest in Entrepreneurship and the Free Enterprise System?
    The foundation of free enterprise is the freedom to choose how and where to work. The system
    allows individuals to own businesses and produce or sell anything that is legal to purchase within the
    United States. Free enterprise is the basis for entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship requires "no special
    formalities. When there are legal requirements, they usually consist of a business permit and payment
    of local incense fees" (Meyer, 1997). This report examines the conflicting views of the level of interest
    in entrepreneurship, among college students.
    A 2009 Study conducted by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation found that "college
    freshman are showing increased interest in entrepreneurship" (State University, 2011). According to the
    researchers, interest in entrepreneurship has increased enough that colleges are ...

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