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Tax Reform Proposals and Deficits #87865

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 1984
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REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) Rising deficits and declining economy noted basis of President Reagan's consideration of tax reform proposals this week. [Courtesy "This Week", Paul Craig ROBERTS, Martin FELDSTEIN - disagree on approach to deficit reduction.] [Courtesy NBC, Representative James WRIGHT - considers Reagan a master of euphemism.] [Courtesy "This Week", Senator Bill BRADLEY, Representative Jack KEMP - call for tax reform measures.] Treasury Secretary Don. Regan mentioned presenting Reagan with suggestions later in week.
REPORTER: Sheilah Kast

Reporter(s):
Donaldson, Sam;
Kast, Sheilah
Duration:
00:01:50

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