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The belief that monetary policy can be effective in changing aggregate demand and that interest rates are the critical monetary variable is associated with (A)Modern Keynesians (B)New classical economists (C)Monetarists (D) All of the above

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    my answer - (D); not 100% sure though

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    not d

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