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Before the Great Depression the popular view of government was: A) laissez-faire, and after the Depression the popular view of government was activist. B) activist, and after the Depression the popular view of government was laissez-faire. C) activist, and after the Depression the popular view of government was still activist. D) laissez-faire, and after the Depression the popular view of government was still laissez-faire.
Weegy: The causes of the Great Depression are a matter of active debate among economists, and are part of the larger debate about economic crises, [ although the popular belief is that the Great Depression was caused by the 1929 crash of the stock market C) activist, and after the Depression the popular view of government was still activist ] (More)
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Before the Great Depression the popular view of government was: A) laissez-faire, and after the Depression the popular view of government was activist.




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If at the intersection of aggregate demand and short-run aggregate supply the level of real GDP is $11.2 trillion, and at the intersection of aggregate demand and long-run aggregate supply the level of real GDP is $10 trillion, then: A) actual output exceeds potential output, and we are in a recessionary gap. B) actual output exceeds potential output, and we are in an inflationary gap. C) potential output exceeds actual output, and we are in an infationary gap D) ...
Weegy: B) actual output exceeds potential output, and we are in an inflationary gap. (More)
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