It would compel the government to cut spending to offset lost tax revenues, which decline during recessions. prevent the government from employing an expansionary fiscal policy, since increased government spending would have to be offset by increased taxes. require the government to increase spending to match increased tax revenues, pushing up interest rates and crowding out private spending. force the Fed to pursue an expansionary monetary policy, which would cause inflation, undermining economic growth.

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someone i feel is a leader in my life id have to say would be my mother because she has give me great advice in life and got me out of tough situations. some characteristics she has are creativity, honesty, commitment, respect for others, and communication. one example of a situation when she demonstrated leadership was when i was working late on homework and i started to get stressed and got upset, she asked me if i needed some , and she me with my work. she demonstrated communication and commitment.

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One stage of the union organizing process involves the legal requirement that at least 30% of the employees in a potential bargaining unit express a desire for union representation by signing union authorization cards.

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