Bob Dole, Supply Side Soldier?

Dole may offer huge tax cuts, but they could hurt long-term growth

It's enough to make your head spin. In 1994 and 1995, the Republicans, and to a lesser extent the Democrats, made eliminating the federal budget deficit a central goal of economic policy. Like the ultimate economic elixir, a balanced budget was supposed to boost growth, raise living standards, and set America on the path to prosperity.

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