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Unfortunately, this doesn't reflect the prima facie observations, at least. For instance, cuts to social programmes are rarely accompanied by the suggestion that taxes should be raised to make up for shortfalls. Cuts are always justified partly in terms of taxes. In the particular model you've constructed, what you say likely holds, though.

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