What are some reasons that government would not use fiscal policy to close a contractionary gap?

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The main reason why a government would not want to use fiscal policy to close a contractionary gap is because the use of fiscal policy to do this might well cause excessively high government deficits.

If a country has a contractionary gap, the government would have to...

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