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View Diary: Cut My Taxes To Zero and I Still Won't Create a Single Job (Updated with Appreciation) (120 comments)

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  •  This assumes a non-competitive market for labor (1+ / 0-)
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    Calamity Jean

    In a competitive labor market, it should be more difficult for an employer simply to "crack the whip" on employees rather than paying the employees a higher salary.  To the extent this does not occur, the problem is not with the tax rates, it is with the dynamics of the labor market itself.  

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