It's the Spending, Stupid

Mitchell, Daniel J.
April 2004
Human Events;4/12/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 13, p16
Dismisses the arguments of critics of U.S. President George W. Bush that tax cuts have dramatically reduced government revenues, causing long-term deficits that will drive up interest rates. Comparison of the ratio of tax revenue to the gross domestic product in 1951-2000 and 2012-2014 according to a data from the U.S. Congressional Budget Office; Impact of government spending on rising deficits; Importance of limiting government expenditures.


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