How Big Money Corrupts
Tax Breaks
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Tax cuts go only to the top. The "Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998" was touted as providing relief for average taxpayers who have suffered from bureaucratic abuse in their dealings with the agency, but average taxpayers are not the bill's primary beneficiaries. Instead, Congress bestowed big tax breaks on a very select group: the wealthiest 6% of all Americans who make over $100,000 a year. It cannot be a coincidence that these people dominate the ranks of Congress's campaign contributors.

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