Kemp Forum

The Kemp Forum is a debate and discussion series providing a platform for the civil competition of ideas. Based on the premise that ideas, like athletes, become sharper in competition, the Kemp Forum examines cutting edge public policy questions through the kind of restless, spirited debate that Jack Kemp practiced from the heart.

Kemp Forum Considers Tax Laws, Lessons Learned

Ronald Reagan listed the 1981 and 1986 tax laws as the two biggest economic policy achievements of his presidency; yet both were achieved by bipartisan majorities at a time of deep partisan division.  This Kemp Forum, hosted at the Miller Center for Public Policy, University of Virginia, was designed to elicit the inside story behind the enactment of these laws 30 and 25 years ago, and in so doing to explore the lessons for today.

Tax Symposium Agenda

Click here to view the video from the symposium.


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