Robert Mundell on Economic Recovery - This Columbia University economics professor, and 1999 Nobel Prize winner, says the Bush plan to eliminate double taxation of dividends is the second-best approach. What we should do to spur growth is eliminate the corporation tax. He warns that the growing U.S. debt in the world economy is a bigger problem than the ballooning national debt.
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