Using the concepts of aggregate supply and aggregate demand, explain why inflation usually accelerates during wartime.

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During wartime, the major driver of inflation is aggregate demand. 

We must remember that aggregate demand does not simply include civilian spending.  Instead, it covers government spending as well.  During a major...

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