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New data from the OECD shows U.S. taxes as a percentage of gross domestic product at their lowest level since 1965, largely because income tax revenue has declined with the economic downturn.

New data from the OECD shows U.S. taxes as a percentage of gross domestic product at their lowest level since 1965.

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