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Tax the Rich; Get Less of Them: Part III of III

The Genius of Federalism Remarkably, and in utterly enlightened fashion, the framers of the U.S. Constitution not only anticipated the problematic feedback dynamics describe above, they devised a self-corrective system to keep them in checkā€”in the form of federalism. Here, … Continue reading

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Tax the Rich; Get Less of Them: Part II of III

The Descending Economic Spiral In good times the self-destructive dynamics associated with high taxation and redistribution will typically lead to something that ranges from economic stagnation to nominal growth for a state, while low-tax competitors have greater success. In difficult … Continue reading

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Tax the Rich; Get Less of Them: Part I of III

Over the last several months a number of articles have been written on the correlation between tax rates and population changes in state-by-state comparisons within the U.S. Clearly depicted is that high-tax states tend to experience shrinking population numbers while … Continue reading

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