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Who is credited with first using cost-benefit analysis? A. Adam Smith B. Jules Dupuit C. Alfred Marshall D. John Maynard Keynes
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User: Who is credited with first using cost-benefit analysis? A. Adam Smith B. Jules Dupuit C. Alfred Marshall D. John Maynard Keynes

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User: Who proposed the first bank of the United States? A. Andrew Jackson B. Alexander Hamilton C. Thomas Jefferson D. James Madison

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Alexander Hamilton proposed the first bank of the United States.
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