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Eco 372 week 4 discussion question 2. How does a government budget surplus affect the U.S. economy? Identify two periods in recent history in which the United States has run budget surpluses. What were the reasons for the surpluses during those time perio

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How does a government budget surplus affect the U.S. economy? Identify two periods in recent history in which the United States has run budget surpluses. What were the reasons for the surpluses during …

How does a government budget surplus affect the U.S. economy? Identify two periods in recent history in which the United States has run budget surpluses. What were the reasons for the surpluses during those time periods?

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  • 1. ECO 372 Week 4 Discussion Question 2 Click Here to Buy the TutorialHow does a government budget surplus affect the U.S.economy? Identify two periods in recent history in which theUnited States has run budget surpluses. What were the reasonsfor the surpluses during those time periods?

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