Taxes and the 1924 election (via Silent Cal)

Taxes are a sensitive issue in the campaign period leading up to the presidential elections.

Taxes and the 1924 election Two weeks before election day in 1924, Washington Star cartoonist Clifford Berryman took aim at the partisan competition over tax cuts. In an era of buoyant revenues and restrained spending, lawmakers felt free to promise additional tax relief. Partisan divisions centered not on the desirability of tax cuts in general, but on their distribution in particular. For the most part, Democrats were eager to raise income tax exemptions, thereby freeing … Read More

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