Don’t Increase Federal Gasoline Taxes; Abolish Them


Written by: Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren Executive Summary Many experts believe that gasoline taxes should be increased for a variety of reasons. Their arguments are unpersuasive. Oil is not disappearing, and when it becomes more expensive, market agents will substitute away from gasoline to save money. The link between oil price shocks and recessions, although real in the 1970s, has been much more benign since 1985 because of…
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