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#question.Now suppose nation A has RA resources in its treasury and nation B has RB resources. The winning coalition in each nation is WA and WB respectively. Leaders want to survive in office and in order to do so they maximize the benefits of their coalition members. Absent any aid transfers, in order to keep their coalition members as happy as possible, the leaders of each nation give each member of the coalition an equal share of the available resources.
b) How much does each coalition member receive in each country?
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