Probably. The sentence should read: ...but nor does the burden of corporate taxation fall squarely on affluent shareholders. If the meaning is as you suggest, "only" would be better than "squarely".2) "Bur nor does the burden of corporate taxation falls squarelly on affluent shareholders"
does this mean that not only rich shareholders are burdened by the corp.tax but also workers, etc...
It is not a sentence; there is no main verb in the second clause. You could add "will/would occur" after "changes".3)"It is hard to believe that enough changes within 5 years to affect wages as much as Mr Hassett and Ms Mathur report" - I think this sentence is not completely written but it ought to be right
It appears to say that the observed effect of wages going down as corporate tax increases may depend on other factors that affect pay. This, however, seems to be in opposition to previous statements.4) More likely, the negative link between corporate tax and wages reflect the omission, or mismeasurement, of other thinks that affect pay
- how do you understan this,
I would not use "pleasure" there. Try "help".and last
5) In today's world, high taxes on companies hurt the "little people"(e.g. worker) they are supposed to pleasure
It means that taxes consern most the worker and the second part, I dont know how to explain it.
It means that raising taxes on companies is suppopsed to help the common man (by lowering the common man's taxes) but it ends up hurting him (probably by lowering his wages).
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