Progressive Income Tax Isn’t Slowing Inequality

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New York Times: “The weight of the federal income tax has varied widely since it was introduced a century ago. It has generally played a progressive role in mitigating income inequality. But it is not powerful enough to overcome the widening gap of recent decades.”

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