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1) Why does the adoption of Keynesian economics come out of the Great Depression? 1) Why does the adoption of Keynesian economics come out of the Great Depression?

2) What will happen to the money supply if Jamie withdraws $400 from her checking account and the required reserve ratio is 5%?
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