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Democrats in Washington have usually responded to high levels of unemployment with

b. increased government spending.
c. increased government taxes.
d. decreased government taxes.
e. decreased government regulation.

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    And your answer?

    Think about FDR.

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    I would think, D and E are not possible.
    And perhaps it is either B or C .

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    You're right, it's both b and c. But mainly the Democrats want to increase government spending.

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    Mhmm, perhaps you are right.. They are on the demand side of the fiscal policy and thus they require more government spending.

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