Thanks to a farsighted and far-reaching change in the tax code, in short, the cutting edge of U.S. capitalism has never been more finely honed.
Before Tax Day rolls around again next year, there's reason to hope and to believe that the whole world of finance will be a different and better place.
Thanks to American industry, marvels of technology—microwave ovens, citizens band radios, hand calculators, home computers, —flow in an endless stream.
A large body of empirical evidence has now piled up as to the efficacy—or the lack of efficacy—of federal regulation of U.S. economic life.
If the benefits of price and wage controls have been largely illusory, the costs have been very real.