Kemp, Jack
June 1982
National Review;6/11/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p686
The article presents a focused discussion on the significance of a sound tax policy in the fight against inflation in the United States. Several topics are mentioned in the article including the reference to supply-side inflation, an attribution of depreciation with inflation, and an outline of the process gradual disinflation.


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