Kemp & Co

Evans, M. Stanton
June 1977
National Review;6/10/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p670
The article discusses the emergence of a Republican/Conservative line on economic issues in the United States. It tells of the decline of United States productivity and the correlation between investment and jobs. It mentions the negative effects of high tax rates on savings and investment, a contrast between the Republican permanent tax cut notion and the tax rebate preferred by President Carter, and the advantages of the tax-cut approach.


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