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As generations pass and times change the people of the United States change as well What may have been a major issue in the 1980 election might not even concern voters in 2000 Economic issues are continually changing with the times Each election develops its ownpersonality Despite agreeing on some issues the four major now just two candidates in theupcoming 2000 presidential election hold different opinions on three major economic issues taxreform health care and free tradeimmigrationOne of the most important issues of the 2000 presidential election is tax reform Thistopic possibly more than any other issue in the election reflects the greatest disparity amongcandidates of the same party Among the Democrats Bill Bradley and Al Gore have contrastingideas concerning tax reform Perhaps the most educated candidate on this issue Bradley is aformer member of the Senate Finance Committee and one of the major contributors to the 1986overhaul of the tax code Bradleys position made known in numerous debates is that he isstrongly against large tax cuts The former senator believes that while the economy is doing wellthe government should utilize tax revenues to improve schools protect social security and pass anational healthcare program instead of concentrating on tax reduction Bradley recently told NewYork Times writer James Dao that he would veto the recently approved 792 billion dollar tax cutin a nanosecond The only specific tax cuts Bradley has proposed are tax breaks for healthinsurance payments Concerning the budget surplus Bradley seeks to direct most of the money toreducing child poverty as well as making health care more affordable for low-income families1Vice President Gore has established a position on tax reform different from that of SenatorBradley The two candidates do share similar beliefs regarding the 792 billion dollar tax cut thatGore refers to as a risky tax scheme Gore has stated that if elected president he wouldimplement a 200 to 300 billion dollar tax cut over the next 10 years Gore seeks to allocate thismoney
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