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The national debt refers to the difference between revenues and expenditures in

 The national debt refers to the difference between revenues and expenditures in any given
                            year.

32.              A deficit refers to the accumulated differences between revenues and expenditures over
                            time.

33.              A true understanding of the consequences of public debt requires knowledge only of the
                            current deficit’s magnitude.

34.              When the government sells its debt to citizens rather than other government agencies it is
                            creating external debt.

35.              Regressive taxes have a negative impact on citizens while progressive taxes have a
                            positive impact.

36.              The use of increased taxation to, ceteris paribus, reduce the level of a country’s internal
                            debt must reduce its aggregate demand.

37.              The current U.S. income tax structure has the highest marginal tax rate in U.S. history for
                            individuals earning the highest incomes.

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