July 25, 2014

Why Britain Should Follow the Kansas Model

Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

To help find solutions to these challenges, I’ve been taking a look at a fascinating experiment in fiscal policy being played out in the state of Kansas. There, two years ago, the presiding governor, Sam Brownback, embarked on an aggressive programme of tax cuts in the hope of emulating the economic success of his low-tax neighbours in Texas.

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