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  • Ontario Tax Reduction Program
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    On June 8 1995 the Mike Harris Conservative government was elected to power in the Province of Ontario. Harris throughout his campaign at the time talked of tax cuts, job creation among many other promises in the overall goal of balancing the budget and making Ontario a better place to live. As such, through Harris' "Common Sense" revolution platform, he outlined how it was going to be done and what he wanted to do in order to achieve his objectives. Since Bob Rae's NDP government created an $11...
  • Federal Government Spending Report
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    Dr. Friedman insisted I use national income data (instead of GDP) for measuring economy size. He continually stressed the necessity of recognizing the add-on load to the economy of regulatory compliance costs. And, don't forget to include your data sources, he said. Comment to assist your readers, but show them the hard data as your base. And, don't get side-tracked by what other nations are doing - - make all comparisons to America's own history. Good advice. In his letters Dr. Friedman include...
  • Proposition 13 California's Proposition 13
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    Proposition 13 California's Proposition 13 had a big impact on American government and public policy because it put to vote the reduction of property taxes. This Proposition had a great impact as it swept the county and made headlines in newspapers around the world. People used this initiative process to gain a greater control over their lives. The California taxpayers stood up and said no more to excessive taxes because they were tired of out of control property taxes and losing their homes bec...
  • Government Of The People By The People
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    Our Government Government today is a lot different then the government that was created by our founding fathers. When they sat down to sign the declaration of independence, I wonder what they would have thought of our country as it exists today. The government has become an uncontrollable beast much like the government those heroes gave their lives to escape. One of the key reasons this nation was founded was because of an over burden in taxes. And yet today, we see an ever increasing toll on th...
  • Taking In The Government
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    'The current federal system of government in the United States is failing to meet its social contract obligations to the American people. ' There is nothing closer to the truth than this statement. While some may argue that the government is following the guidelines of a social contract, many aspects of the government have outgrown their britches and taken over. With over fifteen thousand jobs up for the taking in the government it is hard to believe that the government comprised in the 18th cen...
  • Powers Between The State And Federal Government
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    The Whiskey Rebellion CONTENTS 1. Introduction to the French and Indian War 2. Domestic and social differences in the region 3. Washington's statement 4. Attack on the Lys 5. Battle for the Fort Lyd ius 6. Battle for Forts William Henry and Bull 7. Battle for Fort Oswego 8. Battle for Quebec 9. Treaties Senecas and Paris The Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 helped bring about the demise of the aristocratic Federalist Government in favor of the democratic Republican Government, concerned with the needs ...
  • Privileged Class Of Nobility And Clergy
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    FRENCH REVOLUTION ASSIGNMENT ONE Modern European History Jonah Haines 1293 Mr. Potts 'i Privilege not poverty caused the French Revolution^i To what extent do you agree? The French Revolution was essentially a class war between the emerging Bourgeoisie against the Privileged class, this meant they saw the Privileged class as the only hurdle between themselves and equality within French society. Many of the ideas they pursued stemmed from the enlightenment and they believed that in order to gain ...
  • Automatic Stabilizers Used To Combat Inflation
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    How are Automatic Stabilizers Used to Combat Inflation? In today's economy, there are devices present called automatic stabilizers. Automatic stabilizers, are mechanisms which aid in the correction of an economic problem without the interference of anyone or anything. They are perhaps most useful to combat demand - pull inflation. Demand - pull inflation, is when prices rise because the economy cannot produce enough goods to satiate the economy. An automatic stabilizer, that is beneficial to com...
  • Jobs To The Citizens Of America
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    Productivity in the U.S. and What the Government Must Do John sits at home each night with his wife and two children and watches the news. He listens as experts on the economy tell him that the economy is growing and that the GDP is growing. He wonders how this can be, because he lost his job months ago and has not been able to find work since. Has the very country that John lives in moved on and left him behind? This is the question that many Americans are asking themselves, and many more will ...
  • Outdated System The Income Tax And Wst
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    Why do we need taxes Taxation makes up majority of our government's income. With this income the government can provide us with proper infrastructure and social services for little, if no cost at all. These include Medicare, social security and education. (These facilities are known as recurrent expenditures because it is needed time after time.) Other expenditures include transportation, lighting, recreation etc. These services are granted to us at no costs. In many 3rd world countries where ta...
  • Structural Deficit Whenever Plan Changes In Government
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    The money government spends on an investment projects, to pay salaries and wages and to provide social services, all come from the taxes which are paid individuals. When the taxes are collected it is determined by its annual budget. A budget is basically a plan. What government does is that it analyses its entire financial needs example, it would estimate how much students will be coming to BCC. The BCC as an institution would determine its income and expenditure needs. This is then put into a f...
  • Ten Percent Gst
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    The GST (Goods and Services Tax) proposed by the Howard government is a new tax which plans to add ten percent to the cost of every item purchased whether it be a car or a pen with only a few exceptions. The tax set to commence on July 1 2000 may still not become a reality if the senate does not have a majority vote on the issue. The VAT (Value Added Tax) of the United Kingdom is much the same tax adding seventeen and a half percent to all goods and services (although there are exceptions). This...

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