Presidential hopefuls Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., clashed over their tax plans, trading accusations of hikes in capital gains and Social Security taxes.

"There will be change in Washington," said McCain, speaking to a group of small business leaders on Tuesday at a forum sponsored by the National Federation of Independent Businesses and eBay. "The only question is what kind of change. Will we enact the single largest tax increase since the Second World War, as my opponent proposes?"

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