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9. What's the name given to the government practice of borrowing money to spend more than is collected in taxes? A. Credit economy B. Surplus spending C. Deficit spending D. Borrower's economy
Deficit spending is the name given to the government practice of borrowing money to spend more than is collected in taxes.
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Deficit spending is the name given to the government practice of borrowing money to spend more than is collected in taxes.
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