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Trump’s GOP is clueless about the 21st-century economy

Steve Case, who endorsed Hillary Clinton, and Jeff Immelt, chief executive of GE, this week highlight the divide between pseudo-economists on the right and market reality. The fixation on cutting top marginal tax rates, which has driven supply-side senior citizens into Trump’s camp, and the fantasy of cutting off trade and immigration bear no resemblance […]
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