73%
Yes
27%
No
60%
Yes
23%
No
5%
Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for all citizens
3%
No, recession is a natural cycle that purges excess
3%
Yes, but in the form of increased spending on infrastructure
2%
No, and the government should drastically reduce spending during recessions
2%
Yes, the government should intervene to boost a recovery
2%
Yes, but in the form of assisting sectors most heavily hit by the recession
1%
Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for low income citizens
1%
Yes, and collectivize all industry

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 @98D6Q8P from Oklahoma answered…1yr1Y

 @9CNX3B9 from Oklahoma answered…9mos9MO

 @8G4GFKX from New York answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but in the form of tax breaks for low income citizens and by increasing taxes on wealthy citizens to cover costs

 @9JDPKH4 from New York answered…3mos3MO

Yes, but the stimulus should be widely accessible by all citizens, such as in national infrastructure jobs programs like the WPA during the 1930s.

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