October 8, 2012

What Romney Teaches Britain's Tories

Janet Daley, Daily Telegraph

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Mr Romney drew his commitment to individual freedom and the liberating power of personal prosperity from his experience of wealth creation. This is rather more plausible ground for Mr Cameron – as is the unashamed Romney rejection of overweening (“trickle-down”) government, and his fearless embrace of tax cuts for middle-income earners as a way of stimulating growth.

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