Tax Reform O'Driscoll, Gerald P., Jr; Saving, Thomas R; Grubel, Herbert C; ...

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O'Driscoll, Gerald P., Jr ; Saving, Thomas R ; Grubel, Herbert C ; Harberger, Arnold C ; Friedman, Milton ; Hoskins, W. Lee
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Taxation -- Analysis; Tax reform -- Analysis; Tax reform -- Social aspects
Academic; General; Trade
The principle behind tax reforms is to lower government spending. eliminate costly regulations on individuals or businesses, and simplify explicit taxes. Two proposals have been introduced in Congress, one is flat-rate income tax and the other is flat-rate sales tax. Although each has its advantages and disadvantages, they both share a common superiority over the current system of taxation.
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