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

Weegy: Alexander Hamilton proposed the first bank of the United States.



User: In economics, insufficient amounts of resources to meet the demand is called A. opportunity cost. B. scarcity. C. resource management. D. abundance.

Weegy: In economics, insufficient amounts of resources to meet the demand is called scarcity.



User: Banks perform all EXCEPT which of the following services? A. establish government programs B. issue mortgages for real estate C. store money safely D. loan money to people

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Banks perform all EXCEPT establish government programs.
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Weegy: What is your question please? User: here have been approximately thirty-three major contractions and expansions of the U.S. economy since 1854, each lasting from several months to several years. • During the Great Depression, economist John Maynard Keynes suggested that government monetary policies could be used to lessen the effects of contractions. • The later work of macroeconomist Milton Friedman established that it is important to control expansions in addition to moderating contractions. Previous economists such as John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman believed it was important to monitor and control economic fluctuations. Which statement about modern macroeconomists is true? A. Modern macroeconomists believe that the business cycle model is no longer valid for today's complex economy. B. Modern macroeconomists continue to study the business cycle in an attempt to prevent recessions and make the economy more stable. C. Modern macroeconomists have mastered the complexities of the business cycle and can now prevent recessions in the national economy. D. Modern macroeconomists agree that the business cycle is impossible to regulate and are seeking better methods of preventing recessions. Weegy: What is your question please? User: Which statement about modern macroeconomists is true? A. Modern macroeconomists believe that the business cycle model is no longer valid for today's complex economy. B. Modern macroeconomists continue to study the business cycle in an attempt to prevent recessions and make the economy more stable. C. Modern macroeconomists have mastered the complexities of the business cycle and can now prevent recessions in the national economy. D. Modern macroeconomists agree that the business cycle is impossible to regulate and are seeking better methods of preventing recessions. (More)
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Modern macroeconomists continue to study the business cycle in an attempt to prevent recessions and make the economy more stable is the true statement.
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