Posted by Bailey on .
A contemporary liberal would most
likely oppose a federal law created to:
1. impose the same income tax rate
on all citizens
2. mandate stricter safety protections
in the workplace
3. make healthcare more accessible
to low-income families
4. strengthen the ability of unions
to organize and strike.
I know they advocate equal access to
health care,housing,and education for all citizens. So, with that said,
wouldn't the answer be number 3?
If they advocate equal access to health care, then 3 is out.
It's probably #1. I believe it's more of a "contemporary liberal" idea to keep the graduated income tax we have now -- that is, the more income a person/business has, the more tax he/she/it pays.
If I'm wrong, another tutor will correct me.