"Finally, one of the interesting political developments of this election cycle has been the triumphant return of voodoo economics, the “supplyside” claim that tax cuts for the rich stimulate the economy so much that they pay for themselves.
"In the real world, this doctrine has an unblemished record of failure. Despite confident rightwing predictions of doom, neither the Clinton tax increase of 1993 nor the Obama tax increase of 2013 killed the economy (far from it), while the “Bush boom” that followed the tax cuts of 2001 and was unimpressive even before it ended in financial crisis. Kansas, whose governor promised a “real live experiment” that would prove supplyside doctrine right, has failed even to match the growth of neighboring states."
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