Before Reagan was Reagan, there was Jack Kemp. The Buffalo Bills quarter- back turned Republican congressman, cabinet secretary, and VP nominee was not always right. But he championed the cause of lower taxes before it was popu- lar - at a time when Republicans, misled by Nixon, were inclined to say, "we're all Keynesians now." Kemp and the unorthodox economic thinkers who advised him - Jude Wanniski, Bruce Bartlett, Paul Craig Roberts - broke the bipartisan tax-and-spend mold of the 1970s.
JACK KEMP (1935-2009) Anonymous American Conservative; May 18, 2009; 8, 10; Docstoc pg. 4 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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