Timed for the height of the 1996 presidential campaign period, this book provides a guide to important American issues. It presents a step-by-step explanation of Bob Dole's economic plan that could transform the American tax system. Detailed charts and figures show how changes will affect American taxpayers and families, and how other fundamental changes in Washington can help spark a soaring economy. The complete transcript of the Dole and Kemp acceptance speeches at the Republican Convention in San Diego and a variety of essays are also included.
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One suspects that this book may wind up on the scrapheap of forgotten political artifacts with copies of Barry Goldwater's campaign speeches and Ross Perot's bar charts. Nevertheless, presidential candidates Bob Dole and Jack Kemp have plenty to say and they say it with plenty of detail in Trusting the People. For those who are not already bored with the campaign and for those with a taste for political arcana and losing campaign manifestoes, this just about fits the bill.Review:
In the end, one is left with a nagging sense that the Dole-Kemp plan doesn't add up (fueled in part by key figures that, in fact, do not add up). -- The New York Times Book Review, Peter G. Gosselin
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