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financial assistance, as tax breaks or subsidies, given by the government to profit-making companies, especially large corporations.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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They appear, from other reports, to be subsisting on
as well as the largesse of the rest of us.
Job growth can be stimulate by giving small businesses tax incentives to hire, not with
for the idle rich.
They deeply resent their nickname: the first family of
There are so many forms of
out there to choose from.
We should devote the money spent on
, and the bloated defense budget, toward education and health care.
Buying from a company so aggressively fighting for job-destroying
was making me feel guilty.
Tax expenditures are socialism and
The only time the rich get richer at others expense is when government hands out
goes to agribusiness companies, energy companies, financial services companies.
Curbing government interference in the economy and ending
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