Recall the Rebate

June 1975
National Review;6/6/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 21, p596
The article examines the studies made by the Joint Economic Committee on the effects of taxes and inflation on hypothetical families with low, intermediate and higher incomes. It discusses the conclusion of "New York Times" columnist Tom Wicker on weighing the rebates in favor of the higher brackets and the evidence on how hard the low income people was hit by inflation.


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