Saint Louis: Home of the World’s Largest Laffer Curve
Dr. Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore, and Jonathan Williams recently published the third edition of Rich States Poor States: ALEC-Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index. In chapter 2, they write:
Finally, one attribute for which Missouri is probably most famous is its Gateway Arch in St. Louis. Admittedly, we have a special fondness for this architectural wonder: It’s the world’s largest Laffer Curve!
I hadn’t noticed it before, but it’s true!
Illustration by Christine Harbin. Photo source: Wikipedia.