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Q: At the start of his presidency, Carter tried to stimulate the economy with a. school prayer. b. tax cuts for the wealthy. c. government deficit spending. d. decreases in the federal budget.
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A: The answer is B. Tax cuts for the wealthy. To stimulate the economy and supply more jobs, Carter proposed a $23 billion to $30 billion program for the next eighteen months. [ Although the program would increase spending on job-creating programs, it emphasized tax cuts in order to encourage businessmen to increase capital investments. Congress passed much of this economic stimulus package. Thank
you! ]
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User: At the start of his presidency, Carter tried to stimulate the economy with a. school prayer. b. tax cuts for the wealthy. c. government deficit spending. d. decreases in the federal budget. Please select the best answer from the choices provided

Weegy: The answer is B. Tax cuts for the wealthy. To stimulate the economy and supply more jobs, Carter proposed a $23 billion to $30 billion program for the next eighteen months. [ Although the program would increase spending on job-creating programs, it emphasized tax cuts in order to encourage businessmen to increase capital investments. Congress passed much of this economic stimulus package. Thank you! ]
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User: President Carter assumed the role of peacemaker to negotiate which of the following between Israel and Egypt? a. Geneva Accords b. Peace of Paris c. Camp David Accords d. Treaty of Versailles Please select the best answer from the choices provided

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