In The National Tax Rebate, Greene argues that all of the current tax reform proposals will perish because they do little to address the real issue at hand: government has gotten too big, too powerful, and too wasteful. The National Tax Rebate is an unparalleled opportunity creation grant, which would replace the costly myriad of targeted, inefficient government assistance programs with a simple, universal cash grant of $1,000 a month for every American family of four. All said, it would give half of the U.S. budget back to the American people. In one blow, the National Tax Rebate would substantially eliminate government waste, reduce poverty, and empower the people. Armed with a wealth of data - a simulated rebate study conducted by Columbia University's School of Social Work, an examination of the Alaska Dividend, studies of lottery winners, and other demonstration rebates funded by the Institute for SocioEconomic Studies in White Plains, New York - Greene proves that the National Tax Rebate can work.