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Why might discretionary countercylical fiscal policy actually be destabilizing to the economy?

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    Do a little research, then take a shot. What do you think.
    Hint: think about kinds of government policies that, on the surface, are countercyclical fiscal policies. Then think about how those policies are paid for. Does the cost outweight the benefit?

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