Explain whether aggregate demand responds more, less, or in the same way to changes in autonomous consumption when taxes depend or do not depend on GDP.

I think the answer is more. As in my understandings, aggregate demand is in the long run the same as GDP compared to autonomous consumption, as it only concerns consumer expenditure and consumption.

Please correct me if it's wrong. It's not an exam question or anything.

Thanks in advance.


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