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

William Gale on KCRW

Tax cuts signed into law by George W.

Tax Cuts, the Deficit and the November Election

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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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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Two weeks before inauguration day, President-elect Barack Obama is lobbying Democrats and Republicans for a stimulus package that is 60% federal spending and 40% tax cuts.  He calls it…

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