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Should the government provide funding for arts programs?
The government should provide funding for arts programs
The arts often inspires creative thinking in business bringing with it innovation and advancement in the corporate environment.
Involvement in the arts can positively influence academic performance in students.
Arts programs and organizations generate economic activity.
Arts programs are part of a vibrant civil society and are therefore an important part of any democracy.
Arts promote empathy and understanding.
If art is self-supported instead of publicly funded, people will create art that is desired by the masses.
Funding from the government will come with restrictions to the types of art artists can create.
People don't need government funding to make and practice art.
The government is in debt and cannot afford it.
There is no evidence that government funding for the arts is in anyway helpful to the cause of art.
If the government funds art, it could use funding to promote propaganda.
Government spendings should be effective and efficient. It is extremely difficult to evaluate art projects this way.
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