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Looting The Dead: Clinton's Proposed Death Tax Increase

We can, I think, be confident that tonight’s debate will not revolve around the death tax, but Hillary Clinton’s proposal for a massive hike in the slice that this morbid levy takes from the (very) richest corpses (with smaller increases for those who haven’t done quite so well–or, indeed, not nearly as well ) says something about her sense of justice that is worth noting, and not in the way she would want.
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