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Two Studies Confirm Bush Tax Cuts Shift Tax Burdens From Rich to Middle Class

The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) believes these tax changes are part of a longer-term strategy to shift the tax burden toward labor income, personal consumption, and the middle class.

The tax cuts enacted during George W. Bush’s presidency shift the burden of taxation away from upper-income, capital-owning households and toward the wage-earning households of the lower and middle classes.