Republican & Democratic Tax Proposals in 1992 Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Republican & Democratic Tax Proposals in 1992
Compares Bush's & Clinton's policies, probable effects and aims.
# 20516 | 1,350 words | 7 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Feb 24, 2003 in Economics (Taxation) , Political Science (Fiscal Policy (economy))

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"Democratic and Republican Tax Policy Proposals
This paper will discuss the Republican and Democratic campaign proposals for changes in Federal tax policy. It should be noted that most of these proposals are vague; few details as to specific changes in the tax code have been announced by either candidate.
There are really two sets of proposals made by President Bush. The first changes were proposed in January of 1992 but rejected by Congress. Some of these proposals were then incorporated into H.R. 11, a bill originally aimed at aiding the inner cities in the wake of the Los Angeles riots but eventually evolving into a broad tax bill. The second set was proposed during the course of the last four months of the presidential campaign, largely in response to criticism that President Bush.."

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