Looking Again At Flat Taxes

Looking Again At Flat Taxes

more than one-third, while their portion of the unionized jobs 3arely changed.
Surprisingly, the unions' often rigid seniority rules rarely barred the hiring and advancen~ent of qualified minority applicants. Indeed, judg- ing from the experienceoT black males, Leonard argues that unions in manufacturing open more doors for minorities than do federally man- dated affirmative action programs.
Looking Again "IS the Flat ax a Radical Idea)" James Gwertney and James Long, in The CatoJour...

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