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  • Far too Much Money Is Spent on Preserving Old Buildings and Historic Sites


    Essays1 Economics

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ID number:349232
Published: 17.04.2007.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

First, I should define my terms used in the following text. Let us begin with a concept “old building”. An old building is a building that is older than a person who is going to spend money on preserving this building. That means any building can be old to one person while it is very new to other one. The second concept I use is “much money”. This is such an amount of money, which is enough for building a quite big object, such as school or hospital. …

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