Putting Business on the Dole

September 1980
National Review;9/19/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p1122
The article comments on the decision of U.S. President Jimmy Carter to support tax cuts in line with his bid for re-election in the 1980 presidential elections. It recalls how Carter used to criticize a proposed tax cut and his belief that it will promote inflation. Details of the tax cut proposed by Carter are provided. It discusses the distinction of Carter's proposal from traditional Democratic proposals. It describes how the proposal of Carter will affect the integrity of the Social Security system.


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