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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, and the government should drastically reduce spending during recessions

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, the government should intervene to boost a recovery

@983K76N  from Pennsylvania agreed…2mos

Because if the recession of 2008-09 taught us anything, it's that government intervention during a recession will lead to people suffering from it during a lesser period then if it didn't.

@979LZZ6  from Kansas commented…2mos

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Yes, but in the form of assisting sectors most heavily hit by the recession

@98Z9DHFLibertarian from Michigan answered…12hrs

@98Z7GDKfrom Maine  answered…15hrs

@8TYH38SIndependent from Texas answered…1 day

@98XPVNJ from Virginia answered…3 days

@98VLZBPIndependent from California answered…1wk

Yes, but moderately, and focus on liberating productive forces so recession doesn't happen.

@98V2N8GIndependent from Montana answered…1wk

Very sparingly. Too much bailout will result in economic degradation.

@98V2KJB from Oregon answered…1wk

@98V25XNDemocrat from Montana answered…1wk

@98SS3WZ from South Carolina answered…2wks

Yes but the state can determine the programs that will aid in the recovery and help their citizens best

@98QFR9B from New York answered…2wks

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

No, but the government must have the freedom to intervene against criminal activities and protect its citizens from criminal interference both foreign and domestic.

@98PZF7Y from Idaho answered…2wks

@98PVXL5Republican from New Hampshire answered…3wks

@98P4FYC from California answered…3wks

Yes the government should intervene to boost a recovery also tax breaks for everyone until the recession is over with then go back to what the current taxes are at the point in time also help the sectors that was hit worst during the recession and increases on infrastructure..

@98NWXQL from Illinois answered…3wks

Yes but only to support struggling families and provide tax breaks.

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

Yes, invest in job creation and investing in people and communities hit the hardest

@98MSLKY from Mississippi answered…3wks

I don't think any two recessions are the same, some might require government injections or interjections or some might not.

@98MRS85 from New Jersey answered…3wks

@98LD89W from Louisiana answered…4wks

Yes, but not in the form of assisting those responsible for the recession and only in the form of increased spending on infrastructure and assisting any low or middle class worker who is fired, terminated, furloughed, let go, laid off, or have experienced a significant reduction in income that it causes them serious financial harm

@98KQ3YLDemocrat from New York answered…4wks

Depends on how bad the situation or problem is gonna lead to event that either happens in a bad or good turn of events sort of way.

@98KK64J from Florida answered…4wks

@98K4NCQ from Tennessee answered…4wks

Yes, but with stricter guidelines on who can receive the stimulus money

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

Yes, invest in job creation and investing in communities hit the hardest

@98KFWRQ from Tennessee answered…4wks

Yes, a small stimulus can be helpful, but not more than one. Along with this, tax breaks, and the government should drastically reduce spending during recessions.

@98HWRVJ from New Jersey answered…1mo

No, only during large recessions use stimulus not during small recessions

@98HFRNP from Connecticut answered…1mo

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

Yes, but in the forms of tax breaks for low and middle income citizens and assisting sectors most heavily hit by the recession

@98H7D3Q from Maryland answered…1mo

@98FWQ32 from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, if stimulus is taken, force the restructuring of businesses and put in control to ensure the business is more resilient


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