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The condition of non-exclusiveness means that: It is difficult to keep someone from benefiting from a public good.; There are negative externalities associated with a public good.; The public good is not very fancy.; or There are positive externalities associated with a public good.

I think it is There are negative externailities associated with a public good.

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    I disagree with your answer.

    Non-exclusiveness means that everyone can be part of the program.

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