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The National Review Turns on Supply Side?

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This National Review tongue bath of Scott Walker is gross, but if you read far enough down, you can see the magazine turn harshly on GOP orthodoxy of cutting taxes only for the top earners, using Kansas as an example of how not to do things. Of course, the way that NR can do that is to reframe its mythical Reagan to fit its new ideas. Still, one has to say that any move by the leading right-wing publication against Republican economic orthodoxy for 30 years is noteworthy. Even taken to its extreme in Kansas with predictable disaster wouldn’t have led me to think the magazine would actually begin to shift its position.

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