A Voter’s Guide to Economic Policy
I have a new column:
A Voter’s Guide to Economic Policy: The election will be over tomorrow, and I am very much looking forward to it coming to an end. Now we can finally come together as a nation and begin to make progress on important economic, social, and political issues (I can dream, can’t I?)
For those of you who haven’t voted yet and are trying to quickly learn about the candidates for local, state, and federal level office, here’s a summary of the economic policies and ideologies of Democrats and Republicans. These are general tendencies, candidates from both parties will differ in some ways from the principles their party supports, but the policies that actually get enacted must be supported by a broad swath of the party so they usually reflect the general view among party members. ...
Posted by Mark Thoma on Monday, November 7, 2016 at 08:50 AM in Economics, Politics |
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