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What are some of the various ideological views that relate to public finance? Which seems closest to your personal views? Explain why. How might this affect your decisions as you work in governmental roles?

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Some ideological views that relate to public finance are: 'the community is above the individual and the goals of the society are set by the state', 'the Constitution does not circumscribe the size of the federal expenditure in any way', 'States do not require authorization to tax and spend, but the federal government decides the foreign economic policy', and 'Costs of entitlement programs are out of the hands of the ...

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