Answer to Question #130150 in Philosophy for Ifann Li

Question #130150
If government deficits continue at their present rate and a recession sets in, then interest on the national debt will become unbearable and the government will default on its loans. If a recession sets in, then the government will not default on its loans. Therefore, either government deficits will not continue at their present rate or a recession will not set in.

(C, R, I, D)

P.S: indirect proof(IP) cannot be used!
- suggest using Reductio ad absurdum and Conditional Proof if needed
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2020-09-02T06:46:52-0400
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