William Gale

Co-director, Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center

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Vice President and Director of Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC and Co-director of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center

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Tax cuts signed into law by George W.

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Tax cuts signed into law by George W.

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Tax cuts signed into law by George W. Bush were attacked for making the rich richer at the expense of the Middle Class, and for helping to turn a federal surplus into a deficit.

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