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The Twinkie Manifesto

Yet in the 1950s incomes in the top bracket faced a marginal tax rate of 91, that’s right, 91 percent, while taxes on corporate profits were twice as large, relative to national income, as in recent years. The best estimates suggest that circa 1960 the top 0.01 percent of Americans paid an effective federal tax rate of more than 70 percent, twice what they pay today.
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Taxes and the Economy: An Economic
Analysis of the Top Tax Rates Since 1945
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Tax fairness and the wealthy
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Has cutting tax rates for the rich helped the economy?

The short answer is No.

But you already knew that.
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The Myth of the Rich Who Flee From Taxes
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A Costly and Unjust Perk for Financiers

Carried Interest
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Federal tax bills for rich near 30-year high while everyone else pays historically low rates
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Who will pay what in 2013 taxes?
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In the South and West, a Tax on Being Poor

Regressive taxes hurt the poor.
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Tax breaks for the rich

Tax breaks work like spending. Giving a deduction for certain activities, like homeownership or retirement savings, is the same as writing a government check to subsidize those activities. Functionally, they mimic entitlements.
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Corporate Welfare
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U.S. tax code isn’t as progressive as you think
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Five myths about taxes
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Debunking the Idea that Americans are Overtaxed
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These 6 States Tax the Poor the Hardest
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