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Should the government have a larger role in managing the economy?

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  • Our government should have a larger role in managing the economy.

    Most of the causes of the financial crisis of 2008 can be attributed to lack of government control. If the government played a larger role in our economy, then there would be less of a chance that companies would make uncalculated risks, leading to future financial rin, like in the Great Recession.

  • Free Market Principles Should Rule

    The American economy should be run by free market principles. If a company fails, it should be allowed to file bankruptcy or cease to exist. There should be no more bailouts--if a business fails because it made bad decisions, how is that the fault of the taxpayers? A company should never be "too big to fail." A failure is a failure. No one bailed out Main Street, so why should we bail out Wall Street? The government, and the Federal Reserve, should let the free market reign.


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