There has been no repeal of the Law of Economics.
We know that reasonable men and women with access to the same facts urged repeal of Prohibition, presumably because they weighted good and harm differently; in short, because they had different values.
The repeal of the Corn Law is these days commonly regarded as the ultimate victory of the classical liberal economic doctrine over wrong-headed mercantilism.
The commission's report called for the immediate repeal of the 9 per cent stamp duty.
The bill makes a mockery of the double-dividend-tax repeal the President is seeking, with its partial, phased-in cut that would cancel out the desired effects.
The repeal of the import duty would brush away at one stroke the danger of monopoly.
It is perfectly legitimate for him, as a strategic measure in that desired direction, to push for a drastic reduction or repeal of the income tax.
Skeel argues that the enactment and repeal of the first three bankruptcy acts is an example of legislative cycling.
Though many of the interest group representatives in favor of repeal indicated that the time for Glass-Steagall reform was urgent, legislators did not possess that same feeling of urgency.
This repeal will be challenged as an invasion of state sovereignty, but recall that Congress had no trouble in 1939 repealing the tax exemption of state and local employees.