Taxation and the deficit economy: fiscal policy and capital formation in the United States
Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, 1986 - Business & Economics - 554 pages
This texts contains essays written by economists who review the effects of past government actions & reforms needed to avoid long term economic stagnation. Topics discussed include social security, the military industrial complex, & private vs. political entrpreneurship. Generally, the topics include such topics as the economic effects of taxation, spending, deficits, & other forms of hidden taxation, & taxation & individual rights.
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