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Say you have a 15% inflation rate and a 10% unemployment rate, and inflation is "public enemy number 1", what fiscal and monetary policies could you use to defeat inlfation?

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    Explain why a $100 reduction in taxes does not have the same impact on output and employment as a $100 increase in government spending.

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