Bullish on Bush: How George W. Bush's Ownership Society Will Make America Stronger

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2004 - Political Science - 119 pages
In a spirited and compelling fashion, Bullish on Bush sets the record straight on the stunning success of President Bush's tax cut policies. It also provides the first comprehensive analysis of George W. Bush's bold second term economic agenda to create a broad-based Ownership Society in America and explains how Bush's tax relief policies have helped the economy grow, reversed the collapse in the stock market, and put America back to work. This book will make you Bullish on Bush, and Bullish on America!
 

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Election 2004 Will America Choose the Ownership Society or Big Government?
1
From Clinton Recession to Bush Boom
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Tax Cuts Cause Growth Coolidge JFK and Reagan Proved It
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How the Bush Tax Cuts Benefited All Americans
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Taxes Lies and Newspaper Reporters Why the Media Hates Bush and His Tax Cuts
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Ax the Tax A New ProGrowth Tax Code for America
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George Bushs New Deal for Social Security
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The Washington Spending Spree And What to Do about It
96
The Ownership Solution
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Stephen Moore is President of the Club for Growth and a contributing editor of National Review. He previously was the Cato Institute's Director of Fiscal Policy Studies, and continues to serve as a Cato Senior Fellow. He is the author and co-author of 4 previous books. Mr. Moore also serves on the economic board of advisors for Time magazine; and is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Human Events, and Reader's Digest. Mr. Moore has appeared on such television shows as CNN's "Inside Politics," "Crossfire" and "Moneyline," NBC's "Nightly News," "Fox Morning News," and "The McLaughlin Group." The Associated Press recently wrote, "Moore has earned the wide respect of economists for his many forays into the entrails of taxation and budgetary matters.

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