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13. Supply-side economics, during President Reagan’s administration, involved

a. the supply component of the supply-demand equation.

b. stressing the importance of tax cuts for businesses.

c. stressing the importance of tax cuts for the wealthy.

d. an increase in the size of the national debt.

e. All these answers are correct.




Best answer would be D, correct?

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