"A useful synthesis of the intellectual muddle that is Bush's economic
policy and the risks it is incurring... Altman begins to tease out an
important, and largely unargued, debate regarding the true sources of
innovation - and, in turn, of productivity and growth."
- The American Prospect
"[Altman] points out that this is a revolution by stealth. The strategy does not pull the tax code up by its roots, yet it has profound implications."
- The Economist
"Altman bases his arguments on merits, not motives.... Altman writes for non-economists, so he avoids jargon that makes economic policy debates inaccessible to many voters... he offers a plainspoken case for concern."
- The Washington Post