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There are many aspects of  the 2020 Tax Commission’s report, published today, to take issue with. One is its claim that cutting taxes in the way the Commission proposes would lead to faster economic growth.

The report presents two different justifications for this claim.

The first is based on the results of dynamic economic modelling. Largely putting aside the poor record of such models in forecasting even…

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