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No, Tax Policy Did Not Cause Income Inequality

And it’s not the best solution, either

As the Democratic primary begins in earnest, almost all of the major presidential candidates have announced new, ambitious tax increases on the wealthy.

Progressive young Democrats have also entered the fray, with the support of economists like Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman of the University…

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Alex Muresianu

Alex Muresianu

Young Voices contributor and Tufts student writing about economics. Published: The American Conservative and The Washington Examiner. @ahardtospell

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