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Alternative Federal Budget Papers 1998

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

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Preface
The Budget
Independent Assessments
Informetrica
Economists' Endorsements
Analysis of Distributional Impact of the AFB Tax Changes
Framework Document
Economists' Roundtable
Background Papers
Dismantling a Nation: The Provincial-Territorial Blueprint for National Social Programs
Towards Engendering Budgets
Over the Rainbow: The Balanced Budget, How We Got It, and How to Hang Onto It
Tax Relief for Those Who Really Need It
Toward a Green Alternative Budget
Appendix

Preface
The Budget
Independent Assessments
Informetrica
Economists' Endorsements
Analysis of Distributional Impact of the AFB Tax Changes
Framework Document
Economists' Roundtable
Background Papers
Dismantling a Nation: The Provincial-Territorial Blueprint for National Social Programs
Towards Engendering Budgets
Over the Rainbow: The Balanced Budget, How We Got It, and How to Hang Onto It
Tax Relief for Those Who Really Need It
Toward a Green Alternative Budget
Appendix

"...interesting analysis... different viewpoints are presented in a summarized roundtable discussion of the alternative budget."

- Eric P. Mintz Canadian Book Review Annual

"[The AFB sets forth, in great detail and with solid facts and figures, an alternative vision for Canada's future--and a vision that clearly and irrefutably can be made a reality... so there's no doubt that an alternative way of running the country does indeed exist, and that it would create a society much more beneficial to most Canadians....a society with far less poverty and unemployment, with a much narrower gap between rich and poor, and with a sturdily rebuilt social security system.
The more Canadians learn that yes, there really is an alternative, the fewer will continue to accept the spurious right-wing claim that there isn't."

- Ed Finn Saint John Telegraph-Journal

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 384 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 1998
ISBN: 9780886279424
Format: 9in x 6in

BISAC Code:  POL024000
Imprint: Lorimer


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