John F. Kennedy on Corporations
The resolve of the steel magnates broke when Inland Steel of Chicago, the eighth largest company in the industry, refused to raise its prices. Before long, Bethlehem Steel, the nation's second largest producer, capitulated, and the U.S. Steel caved in. Steel prices returned to the level they had been at the start of the week.
[With other measures], this net reduction in tax liabilities of $10 billion will increase the purchasing power of American families and business enterprises in every tax bracket, with greatest increase going to our low-income consumers. I do not say that a measure for tax reduction and reform is the only way to achieve these goals.
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