The Republican Tax Bill Codifies A New Gilded Age - Giulio Bonasera
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The Republican Tax Bill Codifies a New Gilded Age

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The GOP tax plan harks back to an idea that the poor should be humiliated and the rich are virtuous.
''Exemptions for private jets, tax-advantaged private-school tuition accounts, and a rollback of the estate tax are unapologetically aimed at the heir, the rentier, and the offshored billionaire. Meanwhile, the rest of us get lectures about the value of hard work. The legislation is a permission slip for the rich to enjoy a life divorced from the vast majority of society.'' - Edward Burmila