Kutiner, Bob
November 1981
New Republic;11/25/81, Vol. 185 Issue 21, p13
Presents information on the conference arranged by the Hoover Institute in the triumph of the tax revolt and to plan the final assault on the welfare state. Aim of the event, titled "Constraining Federal Taxing and Spending," to bring together about 70 of the leading tax limitation activists and scholars; Acceptance by the public of the dogma that inflation is caused by unbalanced budgets.


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