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An Unprecedented Windfall for the Wealthy?

Andrew Van Dam, Washington Post: Our main takeaway: The Trump plan and the 2003 Bush cuts were harder on the middle class than anything else in our sample, with both giving outsize benefit to those earning more than $100,000 a year in the first year after implementation.... The Tax Policy Center forecast the second round of Bush cuts to shift heavily toward the benefit of wealthy taxpayers.
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