”Not all people are bad, but not all people are nice and you don't know when it's a stranger," said local resident Anna Chamberlain.
In that workKarlsson wrote the following:
Moreover, higher tax rates demonstrably harm the lowest income earners by tamping down job creation. For every 1% rise in the total overall tax rate for the highest income earners over 40% costs an estimated 4 million new jobs each year. While every 1% rise in the overall tax rate on those same job creators over 50% costs an estimated 11 million new jobs every year!