End Corporate Loopholes
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE
(58.42 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

End Corporate Loopholes / Corporate tax expenditures (loopholes) have grown from 8.3 billion in 1970 to an estimated / 119.9 billion in 1986. This amount represents over half the estimated federal budget / deficit for fiscal 1986. The cost of these loopholes adds up to $1.512 for every tax paying family and single individual in America Corporate tax loopholes promote the / build up of wealth for the few while increasing the poverty of the country and the many. / Is this what we want?

Poster titled "End Corporate Loopholes" with a list of 40 corporations, their profits, and their tax rates from 1981-1984. Below the list is a paragraph of text about corporate tax expenditures (loopholes) and how they are detrimental to the U.S. Behind the list is a monotone photograph in red of a child standing in front of an open refrigerator.
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