What policy do you think is most beneficial to the economy

Posted by: harrytruman

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Low military spending and low regulations

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High Military spending and low regulation.

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High Military Spending, Low regulations, low taxes, , free market, competition, and gold standard.

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Austrian Economics

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Low Military spending and high regulations.

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High Military spending and high regulations

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Capitalism

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Low military spending, high regulations, progressive taxes, free market, welfare, and nationalized banking

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Gold Standard

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Communism

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Capitalism

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Gold Standard

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Communism

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Capitalism

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Gold Standard

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Communism

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triangle.128k says2016-02-13T18:58:12.2582746Z
Stop spamming
triangle.128k says2016-02-13T19:04:04.1965306Z
The UK's economic regulations are actually pretty much on par with the US by the ways.
PericIes says2016-02-13T19:17:43.0049170Z
Yeah, the U.K. has one of the highest military budgets in the world, even though they've pretty much constantly cut it back since the 50's.
BrendanD19 says2016-02-13T20:34:52.5282845Z
Norway has pretty high regulations, why is their flag on there?
harrytruman says2016-02-16T08:43:12.1367592Z
The UK has sucky military spending, the USA has 600 Billion spending.
harrytruman says2016-02-17T18:00:01.0463548Z
Military spending is good for a economy, historically, this is what got us out of the great depression was WW2.

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