Washington (July 8, 2004) -- Although his views on tax policy are already on the left end of the political spectrum, Democratic presidential hopeful John Kerry could find himself nudged even further in that direction by his newly announced running mate, North Carolina Senator John Edwards.
During the primary election campaign, Edwards blasted the Bush administration for “trying to shift the tax burden in America from wealth to work,” and vowed to undo many of the tax cuts enacted during the past two years.
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