July 1996
New Republic;7/1/96, Vol. 215 Issue 1, p9
Offers a look on how politicians use tax credits to win votes during elections in the U.S. Examples of tax credits for health care; Causes of tax credit; Benefits of the Earned Income Tax Credit; Advantage of the plans issued by tax crediteers over direct government spending.


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