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Oct 21

Lessons Learned from Past Tax Reform Efforts

Although whether they would prevail was often in doubt, the Reagan Administration was ultimately able to pass the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 and the Tax Reform Act of 1986 in a Democratic Congress. Fundamental tax reform efforts during the 1990s and the Bush Administration stalled. Join us as our panel examines what lessons tax reform proponents should learn from previous tax reform efforts, both those that succeeded and those that failed.

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Richard W. Rahn
Chairman, Institute for Global Economic Growth

Mark Bloomfield
President, American Council for Capital Formation

Dan J. Mitchell
Senior Fellow, Cato Institute

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David R. Burton David R. Burton

Senior Fellow in Economic Policy Read More