Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Novel Approach to Tax Reform: a True “Maximum Tax”

Sadly, any real attempts at tax “reform” seem to have faded from the current political agenda.  Both sides of the debate (lower rates, but broader base, on the one side, and higher rates for top incomes and fewer “loopholes”, on … Continue reading

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How Much do we Really Know About Our Future with China?

In yesterday’s (July 28, 2013) New York Times Sunday Review (page 5), an article by Richard Rosecrance of Harvard posits that China must come to grips with a “unified West”,  Europe and America, because of that aggregate’s absolute economic size.  Not only would such an economic … Continue reading

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