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The author’s main theory is that the economy is headed for a recession. The text book defines fiscal policy as: Changes in government spending and tax collections designed to achieve a full-employment and non inflationary domestic output. Government spending is understated and slightly overlooked in the article. The author only hints of the fact that federal government spending on defense is down. “Another negative factor was a 6.6 percent drop, on an annualized basis, in federal defense spending.” She supports that the decrease in GDP is directly related to the decrease in government spending g which proves how fiscal policy can affect overall economic growth.
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