McIntyre, Robert S.
January 1995
New Republic;1/30/95, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p15
Argues that the middle class and the poor will suffer if Republican leaders who want to replace all personal and corporate income taxes with a national consumption tax are successful. Critique of consumption tax proposals developed by U.S. House Representative Bill Archer (Republican from Texas), House Majority Leader Richard Armey, and others; Analysis on how the plans will result in shifting the tax burden away from the rich and onto the shoulders of the middle class and the poor.


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