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I'm among a smaller minority that advocates federal programs should be funded by a very progressive consumption tax.
RationalExpectations, describe a general "very progressive consumption tax", or even just a progressive general consumption tax that's simply progressive? I don't know what they could be?

I'm aware of a general sales tax, (which is a general consumption tax), could be made slightly more progressive. But a very progressive general consumption tax?

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