Side Effects: Graphs & Charts

by Tomas Payne

 

Below are graphs and charts used in the book Side Effects: What Candidates Don’t Tell You. At the very bottom is a list of sources used to create these graphs and charts. The graphs and charts will be listed under chapter headings for easy reference.

BILLIONAIRE REDISTRIBUTION

Bill Wealth Over 1B Big 3

SOCIAL SECURITY PROBLEMS

21 Year Olds Very Big File

Longevity Effective Rate Bigger

 

OUTSOURCING

Outsourced jobs B

DEPRESSED WAGES

Labor Part v Comp to 1997

Depressed Comp Partic GDP

Immigration v Compensation

Labor Part Immig v Real Comp

Labor Part Immig n Real Comp line graph

HIGH TAX RATES

High Tax n Growth B

High Tax 1930s

INCREASING TAXES

Top Ind Tax Rate

Tax Rate v Revenue

HISTORY OF CUTTING TAXES

Trend Tax Rate Revenue GDP Big

Ind Tax Rate v Revenue

DIMINISHING RETURNS OF CUTTING TAXES

Impact Lower Taxes

CAPITAL GAINS TAX

Infl v Real Cap Gain Big

FAIR SHARE OF TAXES

Fed Tax Rate

INVESTING IN JOBS

Invest In Jobs Bigger B

IMMIGRATION HISTORY

Immigration

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