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.From the peak in 1929 to the Great Depression trough in 1933, government tax revenues fel

.From the peak in 1929 to the Great Depression trough in 1933, government tax revenues fel

.From the peak in 1929 to the Great Depression trough in 1933, government tax revenues fell by 1.9 percent of GDP and government expenditures increased by 0.3 percent. Real GDP fell by 25 percent. Compare and contrast this experience with the fiscal policy that accompanied the 2008-2009 recession. What did fiscal policy do to moderate the last recession that was largely absent during the Great Depression?

2.Suppose that the U.S. government increases its expenditure on highways and bridges by $100 billion. Explain the effect that this expenditure would have on aggregate demand and real GDP.

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