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"That's nice. Are you arguing that high tax rates caused great growth in the 50's and 60's?"

No. I am pretty sure they are arguing that the higher rates were able to generate government revenue (and therefore decrease debt) without hurting the economy.

"It's irrelevant how much wealth anyone holds."

Just because you declare it irrelevant does not make it so. Perhaps you should just use your other fallback (Fail!) to dismiss an argument you cannot deal with.
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