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Economists’ statement opposing the Bush tax cutsMultimedia April 3, Read the Economists’ statement.
View list of signatories. Read the press release. View New York Times advertisement: ″ x 11″ ad. 13″ x 21″ ad. Listen to February 10, news conference. The Economists' statement opposing the Bush tax cuts was a statement signed by roughly economists, including ten of the twenty-four American Nobel Prize laureates alive at the time, in February who urged the U.S. President George W.
Bush not to enact the tax cuts; seeking and sought to gather public support for the position. – Over prominent economists, including ten Nobel laureates in economics, representing diverse views on economic issues, have endorsed a statement opposing the large tax cuts proposed by presidential candidate George W.
Bush, calling such tax cuts “economically and socially irresponsible.”. Feb 13, These stunts are all about grabbing compelling headlines, and not much more. It’s already working. Reuters had two different versions Tuesday, both made to order for the statement’s sponsors: “Economists Blast Bush Tax-Cut Proposal” and “Bush Tax-Cuts Come Under Fire from Economists.” These give the mental impression of “Experts agree!” - and are intended to manipulate you into Author: Don Luskin.