[T]he principle that tax reform is a healthy part of deficit reduction is a sound one. And not really an ideological one. On the contrary, a government with a more efficient tax system will find it easier to support a more progressive social safety net. Improvements in the tax code are low-hanging fruit, and it's good that reforms have been placed on the table.
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