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In this chapter, you will learn about:
It’s difficult to separate economics from politics, because the two are so interconnected. Most elections turn out to be referenda on the state of the economy (if the economy is strong, incumbents do well. If it’s not, they don’t). Political choices made by governments can have a big impact on the economy as well. Note that in this chapter, we again talk about different economic and political systems, because it doesn’t make sense to talk about one without talking about the other.