We Can't Cut Taxes Just From Optimism

April 1953
Saturday Evening Post;4/11/1953, Vol. 225 Issue 41, p10
Comments on the proposed tax cuts in the U.S. Arguments raised in support of the tax cuts; Reasons behind the need to ensure the financial stability of the U.S. government before reducing taxes; Aspects of federal financing that should be considered before implementing tax reductions.


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