Blueprint/The New Democrat Archives
Blueprint/The New Democrat • 7 Years, 27 Issues, 547 Articles, 1,760pp
Spring 2001 Issue - 14 Articles
- Editor's Note, pp. 1-3
Why a massive taax cut?
Where We Stand
- The Big Choice, pp. 4-7
America can go back to the policies of the 1980s, or build on the success of the 1990s
- Shaping the New Prosperity Agenda, pp. 8-13
We have an unparalleled opportunity to sustain the boom of the 1990s and to expand its ...
- Keep Growth Alive!, pp. 14-17
Maintaining fiscal discipline is the key to sustaining the economic success of the last...
- The Ant and the Grasshopper, pp. 18-23
The nation's greatest priority is not cutting taxes as much and as fast as possible---b...
- Alive and Kicking, pp. 24-31
Rumors of the New Economy's demise have been greatly exaggerated
- Fairness Matters, pp. 32-35
Bush's tax plan fails the progressivity test
Special Report: A Progressive Tax Cut
- Doing It Right!, pp. 36-41
Here's a progressive tax cut and prosperity plan to guarantee the nation's fiscal stabi...
- Stop Taking Marriage, pp. 42-43
A tax credit in the exact amount of the marriage penalty is progressive, affordable---a...
- Reducing the Payroll Tax Burden, p. 44
How to achieve a more equitable tax cut by lowering the penalty on work
- Fixing the Alternative Minimum Tax, p. 45
If we don't change it, millions will pay higher taxes
- A Health Care Tax Credit to Cover the Uninsured, pp. 46-47
Conservatives will like the private coverage, while liberals will like the public finan...
- Penn's Poll---What Americans Really Think About Bush's Tax Cuts, pp. 48-61
The Bush tax plan is out of step with voters' priorities. Education, health care, and a...
- Stealing from the Young, pp. 62-64
A twenty-something tells why a whopping tax cut is a mortgage against his generation's ...