Capital gains tax increases income and representational inequality

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While investors, some renowned economists and the wealthy defend low capital gains rates for job creation and economic growth, some political analysts suggest that much of the lobbying and financial contributions to political parties encouraging low rates are not representative of voters at large in the nation. [Washington Post]

By Editor | 10:05:12 AM EDT | 12 September 2011 | Share