Hertzberg, Hendrik
November 2001
New Yorker;11/12/2001, Vol. 77 Issue 35, p45
Argues that the economic stimulus package approved by the United States House of Representatives would overwhelmingly benefit the prosperous and influential. Earmark of over $140 billion in tax cuts for wealthy individuals and corporations; Permanent tax cuts for the rich but not for the non-rich; Opinion that the stimulus package will not result in solidarity among the American people.


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