Don’t assume it’s futile to tax the rich

For as long as I’ve been an economics journalist [23 years, more or less], the mainstream view among economists has been that taxing capital – corporate profits, dividends, capital gains, savings and wealth in general – is: 1. Counterproductive, because capital investment fuels productivity gains and economic growth. 2. Usually futile, because capital owners have…

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