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“I think that’s a fight we can win,” said Jason Pye, director of public policy and legislative affairs for FreedomWorks, the conservative advocacy group. He told me he would have preferred to see all of the tax cuts made permanent but that he understood the constraints Republicans were under. “I don’t care for it, but I’ll live with it,” he said. “There are certain concessions that we have to make and that conservatives have to make.”

It is quite likely that the initial response of consumers and businesses to the lower tax rates would be to boost their spending.

This figure is also remarkable because it shows that the corporate tax rate was dramatically slashed in the late 1980s—precisely when “ the relationship between corporate profits and worker compensation broke down,” according to the recent CEA (2017) report. As the report says,

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In late 2007, the Marine Corps planned to replace all Humvees in combat zones with MRAP vehicles, although that changed. [39] [40] [41] [23] As armored vehicles were considered an "urgent need" in Afghanistan, the MRAP program was primarily funded under an "emergency war budget". [42] The US spent $50 billion in 2007 to produce altogether 27,000 MRAPs. [43]

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