Via Mark Thoma and Brendan Nyhan another one of those uninfluential supply-siders carefully kept at the margins of the policy process by the leaders of the Republican Party:

I would also argue that cutting taxes made a significant difference, not only in dealing with a recession and an attack on our country, but it also made a significant difference in dealing with the deficit because the growing economy yielded more tax revenues, which allowed us to shrink the deficit.



No. Wait. That was the President of the United States.

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