Waging bull

Kaus, Mickey
January 1995
New Republic;1/9/95-1/16/95, Vol. 212 Issue 2/3, p6
Explains that United States Minority Leader Richard Gephardt's speech calling for a middle-class income tax cut represents the emergence of a potent analysis of American society that could guide the Democratic Party for years to come. Increase of productivity for the past 12 years while real wages dropped by more than four percent; Attribution of the Democrats' loss to their failure to reverse that slide; Observation that the Democrats can regain power if they deliver on their original promise and raise the standard of living.


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