An Economy of Political Realities NPR's Robert Siegel talks with economic advisors from the Kerry and Bush campaigns about each candidate's plan to cut taxes and stimulate the economy. Gene Sperling of the Kerry campaign says Kerry would roll back the most recent round of tax cuts for families earning more than $200,000 a year. Tim Adams, with the Bush campaign, says such a policy would hurt small business and stifle growth.
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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with economic advisors from the Kerry and Bush campaigns about each candidate's plan to cut taxes and stimulate the economy. Gene Sperling of the Kerry campaign says Kerry would roll back the most recent round of tax cuts for families earning more than $200,000 a year. Tim Adams, with the Bush campaign, says such a policy would hurt small business and stifle growth.