Why did some people support supply-side economics and others opposed it? it addressed the supply of goods and ignore demand. it called for large tax cuts for the wealthy. forigen production played a significant role in the plan. the program called for increased government spending.
I don't see how this is possible, but the answer seems to be A which is the only answer that makes sense.
Large tax cuts don't have anything to do with supply of goods. It does help consumption but that is not the same thing as supply side economics.
C is much truer for the aftermath of WWI than a general statement about Supply. I don't think it is the right answer.
It didn't call for increased government spending unless the government wanted the goods being produced.
I think I'd go with A. It is the most straight forward.
fairly positive it is 4