Facing Up to No-Growth

Evans, M. Stanton
August 1980
National Review;8/8/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 16, p960
This article examines the taxation bill submitted by U.S. Senator Robert Dole in 1980. The bill would decrease the tax rates of individuals by about 10 percent across the board which in turn would lessen the marginal tax rate of the country. The proposal in turn, would also increase the incentives received by employees and executives which can be used for capital investments. The author also discussed the impact of the taxation proposal on the inflation rate in the nation.


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