[Solved] The Golden Gate Bridge Is Not a Pure Public Good
The Golden Gate bridge is not a pure public good because
A) the bridge is not a nondepletable good.
B) the bridge is nondepletable.
C) the free rider problem could be solved using toll accesses or booths.
D) the marginal cost of another car crossing the bridge is zero.
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