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The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability. True or false?
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The nation's monetary policy a. often comes under attack from politicians. b. almost always complements presidential and Congressional aims. c. is determined by the Council of Economic Advisers. d. is tightly managed by Congress.
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The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability. True or false? User: Strong economic health is necessary for a community to have strong mental and social health. True or false User: A comprehensive measure of consumer discomfort during a period of rising inflation and high unemployment is the a. misery index. c. Laffer curve. b. uncertainty index. d. aggregate supply curve.
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