Revolution of 1978

Bartlett, Bruce
October 1978
National Review;10/27/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p1333
The article presents a discussion on the income tax reduction bill that was sponsored by U.S. House Representative Jack Kemp and U.S. Senator William Roth in 1977. In this context matters associated with the provisions of the bill and the effect of the bill entitled Kemp-Roth Bill, on the counter-revolution in the U.S. politics are discussed. Further, the opposition placed by the Republicans to the bill is discussed. Also an overview is given to the interest that the U.S. economists have shown to the bill.


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