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Current debates about ideas to revive the economy generally fall into alignment with either classical or Keynesian economic theory. Some suggest that growing U.S. debt is a strong incentive for tax reform.

(1) Should we have a flat tax? Why or why not?

(2) What are the merits and risks of other tax-based reforms? Please assess at least one additional reform. Examples include, but are not limited to: a national sales tax, value added taxes (VAT), eliminating a variety of deductions or credits.


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Public Policy
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Pros and cons of value added taxes (VAT)


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Public Policy
A public policy is a path of activity consisting of a sequence of resolutions and discrete
choices over a duration of time. Politics demands the authentic allocation of values while a
government is a set of organizations that establish this allocation and settle these disputes.
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