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Another way to look at it.
Reduce corporate taxes, prices go down. Theory is that creates more demand for product. Although incidentally it reduces government’s ability to provide the infrastructure services needed and services used by the poorer half of the country.
Raise corporate taxes, prices go up. That creates demand for higher wages. Higher wages also get higher personal taxes along with the increased corporate taxes. Incidentally the government has more money to spend on infrastructure services and services used by the poorer half of the country.
Which is better. (Assuming little corruption)
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