A Reagan-style tax cut seeks family appeal

Kiefer, Francine
February 2001
Christian Science Monitor;2/6/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 50, p1
Reports that United States President George W. Bush is marketing his tax cut plan by emphasizing the help it will give to ordinary families. Comparison of his approach to that of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan who focused on the economic benefits of a tax cut for the wealthy; Questions as to how Democrats will respond to the plan; Details of the plan.


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