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The Best and Worst Presidents on Taxes

With all the debate over Donald Trump's tax-dodging, I've been wondering how taxes have played into presidential politics in the past. For some answers, I turned to Bob McIntyre, head of the nonpartisan research and advocacy group Citizens for Tax Justice. For 40 years, McIntyre has been on the frontlines of efforts to make our tax code fairer. When asked what American president he considers the worst on tax fairness, his initial response was "Yipes, there are so many.
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