Opinion: Doing the Murphy Math – Taxing Millionaires Won’t Cut It

Carl Golden

Carl Golden The year was 1938. Franklin D. Roosevelt occupied the White House, struggling to lift the nation from the depths of its most punishing Great Depression. History has it that Harry Hopkins, head of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and Roosevelt’s closest and most trusted advisor, recommended unprecedented massive government intervention as the solution. “We…



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