Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and Freshman Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, have all proposed large tax increases for wealthy Americans. History shows that the United States not only survived, but thrived as the rich had higher marginal tax rates. But how much would rising prices actually increase, and what could it do for the economy? The real reason for tax may be to reduce inequality in itself.
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