The growth experiment: how the new tax policy is transforming the U.S. economy

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Basic Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 260 pages
President Bush's key advisor on tax matters demonstrates the success of Reagan's great tax experiment, which permanently changed the nation's tax system, and proposes new tax cuts for the middle and lower classes

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This book adds to the growing evaluation of Ronald Reagan's presidency, particularly in regard to its economic legacy. Lindsey, a former Harvard economics professor who is now associate director of ... Read full review

Contents

The Psychic Taxpayer
15
Camelot Capitalism and Keynesian Crisis
28
The Great Experiment
53
Copyright

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