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Tax debate should have room for honest disagreement

OPINION: Each side of the argument accuses the other of ignorance or being steeped in moral turpitude. With special feature audio.

Jim Rose
Fri, 10 Jun 2016

Too much of tax policy is debated with pistols drawn at 10 paces. Each side accuses the other of ignorance or being steeped in moral turpitude, and preferably often both.

Far too much time is spent feuding over the incentive effects of taxes.

If you inspect closely the history of the warring

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Jim Rose
Fri, 10 Jun 2016
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