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Two months ago, in his prime-time address from New Orleans, President Bush called upon the nation to 'rise above the legacy of inequality.' He was joking, obviously. The president's congressional allies now propose to cut Medicaid, food stamps, free school lunches and child-care subsides. They do not propose to save money by undoing the tax cuts that have handed an average of $103,000 a year to people making over $1 million.

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