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Eli Vincent Zivot

Editor-in-Chief of the Political Bouillon, and a student of Political Science and Economics at Concordia University. Eli enjoys studying the economics behind public policy, and has a strong passion for Canadian politics. A dual citizen of Canada and Italy and former American resident, he also takes a keen interest in the politics of both the European Union and the United States. Eli joined the Political Bouillon in order to have a streamlined outlet for his political ranting.

Designed Disparity: Analyzing Harper’s Income Splitting Proposal

The campaign for the next Canadian federal election has started, informally kicked off by a ‘campaign style’ event in Vaughan, Ontario where Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Joe Oliver announced a slew of new family-oriented economic tax breaks, the most important of which being a recommitment to the 2011 election pledge of instituting a federal income splitting policy. The core tenet of income ...

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