macroeconomics, Microeconomics

The Wealth of Nations of Modern Economies
When the federal government uses expenditures to stimulate the economy, it changes not only the present but the future as well.
Question: Using the AD/AS model and the Production Possibilities Curve, what are the probable near-term and long-term consequences of federal expenditures on medical care for all Americans if the government engages in deficit-financing?
HINT: Note that I am NOT asking for your opinion about universal health care. I am asking for your objective analysis about it. Please do not get into subjective political discussions that slam one side or the other. The key to understanding this issue to look at it objectively using the tools in the course.
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