Of tax revenues, government spending and Herbert Hoover

Shulman, Steven
December 2010
Northern Colorado Business Report;12/3/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p28
In this article the author reflects on the importance of tax revenues and government spending in the U.S. He commends the advocacies of former-President Herbert Hoover, who pushed the significance of government spending as a cure for a weak economy. The author examines the implications of tax cuts and points out how government spending generates economic growth both in short- and long-term aspects.


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