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Tuesday summary: The WSJ on cap gains tax rates; Kudlow on tax increases; Fine on dollar confidence and Bernanke.

The WSJ highlights the positive revenue effects of cutting the capital gains tax.

In The WSJ, Amity Shlaes cites FDR and Coolidge to argue tax policy should focus on competition not fairness.

On The Kudlow Report, Larry opposes raising tax rates:

On RCM, financier Eric Fine argues Ben Bernanke reduces confidence in the dollar by dismissing the gold standard.

From Alhambra Partners, Joseph Calhoun fears economic weakness will spur QE3.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn complains about the byzantine tax code.

From ISI, George Gilder debates technology and the prospects for growth:

In The NYT, Bruce Bartlett suggests eliminating income taxes for the lower 75% of earners and replacing the revenue with a 12.5% VAT.

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