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GDP Gap, Inflation Rate, and Deficit/GDP Ratio, baseline exp
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Inflation Rate, Fed Funds Rate, and Discount Rate, basel
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GDP gap for alternate deficit reduction strategies 0.2 0.4 Y.40 Y
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Real Interest Rate for alternate deficit reduction strateg
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Accounting Deficit/GDP for alternate deficit reduction str
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Discount Rate for alternate deficit reduction strategies
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