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Topic - David Stockman
Jack Kemp and David Stockman argued the case for legislation to create the supply-side cuts.
Young potential homebuyers can't find jobs, are weighed down by staggering loads of student debt and are unable or unwilling to buy homes, he said, while baby boomers are looking to trade down to smaller homes rather than trade up to larger ones as they approach retirement.