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Which economic school of thought would explain how massive government expenditures during World War II sharply moved the country out of the Great Depression?
Keynesian economics would explain how massive government expenditures during World War II sharply moved the country out of the Great Depression.
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Keynesian economics would explain how massive government expenditures during World War II sharply moved the country out of the Great Depression.
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People earning $35,000 pay 10 percent tax, while people earning $100,000 pay 30 percent tax- would be a progressive tax.


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According to the Constitution, Congress has the authority to levy taxes.

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If an individual living in the suburbs commutes to downtown Orlando, Florida, to work, the Orlando municipal government can best prevent this worker from getting a “free ride” on the city’s services by local payroll taxes.
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