Trusting the People

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Timed for the height of the 1996 Presidential campaign, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp present a clear, concise guide to the issues that are the most important to Americans. Republican nominee Dole has unveiled a path-breaking economic plan that could transform the American tax system. This is the official, step-by-step explanation of that plan and a sustained argument about the best direction for the future of the American economy. Simultaneous hardcover release from HarperCollins. ...
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Overview

Timed for the height of the 1996 Presidential campaign, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp present a clear, concise guide to the issues that are the most important to Americans. Republican nominee Dole has unveiled a path-breaking economic plan that could transform the American tax system. This is the official, step-by-step explanation of that plan and a sustained argument about the best direction for the future of the American economy. Simultaneous hardcover release from HarperCollins.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780694518043
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/1/1996
  • Format: Cassette
  • Product dimensions: 4.51 (w) x 7.02 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 A Vision of Freedom: Highlights of the Dole-Kemp Economic Growth Plan 1
Ch. 2 The Impact of the Dole-Kemp Tax Cuts 6
Ch. 3 Tax Relief for American Families 17
Ch. 4 End the IRS as We Know It 24
Ch. 5 Replace the Tax Code 28
Ch. 6 Cutting Taxes: The Right Thing to Do 32
Ch. 7 Golden Promises, Lackluster Results: The Clinton Economic Record 38
Ch. 8 An "Anemic" Economy: Voices from the Democratic Party 50
Ch. 9 Freedom and Responsibility: How to Cut Taxes and Balance the Budget 55
Ch. 10 The Reagan Legacy: Lower Taxes, Soaring Growth 66
Ch. 11 Pro-Growth States: How Governments Cut Taxes and Balance the Budget 74
Ch. 12 Tax Relief for Small Business 78
Ch. 13 Freedom from Stifling Regulation 84
Ch. 14 More Choice, Better Schools, and a World-Class Work Force 90
Ch. 15 Common Sense in the Courtroom 100
Ch. 16 Frequently Asked Questions: A Summary of the Dole-Kemp Plan 107
App. A "Restoring the American Dream," A speech by Bob Dole introducing his Economic Growth Plan, Chicago, Illinois, August 5, 1996 113
App. B "A Better America," A speech by Bob Dole to the Republican National Convention, San Diego, California, August 15, 1996 128
App. C "A World of Hope," A speech by Jack Kemp to the Republican National Convention San Diego, California, August 15, 1996 144
App. D Why the Dole-Kemp Plan Will Work, Gary S. Becker, 1992 Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics 152
App. E Just the Facts on Dole's Economic Growth Plan, Michael J. Boskin, Former Chair, President's Council of Economic Advisers, August 25, 1996 155
Index 159
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