Abigail Disney: Don’t Cut Taxes of Rich People, Like Me

Auburn Seminary Voices

Since the election of Ronald Reagan, the gap between rich and poor has grown dramatically and “trickle-down” economics has turned out to cause more of, in the words of Warren Buffet, an “upward gusher.” Inequality has grown at an alarming rate since the first intrusion of the supply-side narrative into the American economic landscape, and even so nothing has brought the problem of inequality into sharper focus for me than the current proposals by Republicans to overhaul the tax system.

Abigail Disney (Auburn Seminary Voices)