WSJ: Reagan Cut Taxes, Revenue Boomed

The model of tax-rate cuts and deregulation can work again to restore faster growth and lift incomes. By Phil Gramm and Michael Solon Aug. 3, 2017 6:51 p.m. ET A great advantage of having been present when history was made is that later you can sometimes recall what actually happened. Such institutional memory...
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WSJ: The Economic Headwinds Obama Set in Motion

A booming recovery would force the Treasury and Fed to compete with the private sector for credit. By Phil Gramm and Thomas R. Saving May 17, 2017  Behind every significant postwar recovery has been the same driving force: a sustained rise in private investment and new home building, which increased...
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C-Span Senate Budget Committee Hearing

May 10, 2017 Economic Growth Policies Former Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX), a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, testified at a hearing on the economic growth policies… read more Watch the hearing here....
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WSJ: Do You Want Reagan’s Economy or Obama’s?

The CBO failed to predict the tax-reform boom of the 1980s and the weak recovery in recent years. By Phil Gramm and Michael Solon April 19, 2017  The best way to gauge America’s capacity to reignite economic growth through tax reform is to move beyond congressional economic models and look...
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