Chapter 18 economic policy
A document that states tax collections, spending levels, and the allocation of spending among purposes.
A congressional decision that states the maximum amount of money the government should spend.
What occurs when the government in one year spends more money than it takes in from taxes.
The belief that government plans, such as wage and price controls or the direction of investment, can improve the economy.
A claim for government funds that cannot be changed without violating the rights of the claimant.
Managing the economy by the use of tax and spending laws.
fiscal year (FY)
For the federal government, October 1 to September 30.
gross domestic product (GDP)
The total of all goods and services produced in the economy during a given year.
The belief that the government must manage the economy by spending more money when in a recession and cutting spending when there is inflation.
The belief that inflation occurs when too much money is chasing too few goods.
Managing the economy by altering the supply of money and interest rates.
The total deficit from the first presidency down to the present.
The belief that a combination of monetarism, lower federal spending, and supply-side economics will stimulate the economy.
Automatic spending cuts.
The belief that lower taxes and fewer regulations will stimulate the economy.
graduated income tax
Map v. Ohio
Federal Reserve Board
US. v. Nixon
Munn v. Illinois
Gideon v. Wainwright
Lockner v New York
Youngstown Sheet & Tube v. Sawyer