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Chapter 23 PSDs: Modern Times 23-2) 1) He likens the government to a business, saying that it should be run as such, and gives the example of Henry Ford, and his prosperity brought about by the practice of lowering the price of his vehicles and selling more cars, rather than selling less but at a higher price. He reasoned that the higher tax brackets are forced to avoid some taxation through loop holes, thereby not paying as much as they perhaps should be, while less well off individuals aren’t being taxed enough. 3) Modern politicians apply Mellon’s theories to today’s taxation policies by respecting the fact that the middle class is a huge resource of revenue for the government, especially since the upper classes cannot be expected to shoulder the burden of contributing the most to the tax box. 23-3 1) Barton rejects the view of Christ that portrays him as weak, feeble, and boring, with “flabby forearms and a sad expression.” 2) He instead shows Jesus as a strong man, both physically and in terms of social influence, being able to sway people in his opinion as well as a able manager and delegator.
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Nokes during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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