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Costs of Targeting the Wealthy

Article by James K. Glassman December 21, 2011 //   1 minute read

In today's Philadelphia Inquirer, the Bush Center's Brendan Miniter explains why taxing the wealthy is not the answer to our economic woes. The numbers show how this policy has failed in both New York and California and will fail us nationally. Miniter says, "Instead of seeking to tax the rich, we would do better to curb excessive spending and concentrate on enacting policies, such as tax simplification, aimed at sparking economic growth." To read more on the "Costs of Targeting the Wealthy" click here.