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Paying for more war(s) in the Middle East. Continuing to wage war(s) on borrowed money will lead eventually to inflation. The Vietnam War is a good example.To help pay for that war, in 1968 LBJ instituted with the consent of Congress a 10% surtax on Federal income taxes for a period of one year. It helped but was not sufficient. Richard Nixon opposed the surtax, and it was repealed. In 1971, Nixon imposed wage and price controls to fight inflation while the Vietnam War continued. The controls were not effective.To combat the continuing mild inflation, in 1974 President Ford introduced a voluntary program, Whip Inflation Now (WIN) with WIN buttons. That program was not effective. During the
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