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    Today, Young America's Foundation is gathering with the men and women of the Reagan Revolution to celebrate the anniversary of President Reagan's historic 1981 tax cut and discuss the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservativeorganizations. To highlight the importance of this growing scandal, the Foundation will host leaders including American Center for Law and Justice Executive Director Jordan Sekulow, Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder and National Coordinator Jenny Beth Martin, and Linchpins for Liberty President Kevin Kookogey to discuss how to reign in the power of the federal government.

    President Reagan reflected that the only thing that would have given "the long-suffering American taxpayers" more relief than the 1981 tax cuts would be "sending the Internal Revenue Service on a permanent holiday."

    "Three decades after Ronald Reagan signed the historic 1981 Economic Tax Recovery Act, the ever-expanding role of the federal government continues to infringe upon the liberty of the people it governs," said Andrew Coffin, director of the Reagan Ranch. "This event will highlight what President Reagan knew: 'government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.'"

    On August 13, 1981, Ronald Reagan signed what is still the largest tax cut in American history at Rancho del Cielo. This single act ushered in the longest period of peacetime economic growth the country has ever experienced.

    Video clip courtesy of the Reagan Presidential Library.

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