Hillary Clinton’s Exit Tax

In the Cold War era, Eastern bloc countries prevented their citizens from leaving. The Berlin Wall was the most iconic symbol of the Eastern bloc’s no exit policy. Hillary Clinton’s proposed exit tax “on the untaxed overseas earnings of multinational companies that leave the U.S.” falls short of being a Berlin Wall for U.S. corporations only because it is not as extreme. Its philosophical foundation is the same: prevent those who want to leave the country for better conditions elsewhere from doing so.
Clinton’s economic plan goes further than that. Some U.S. corporations have merged with overseas corporations and moved their

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