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I think you miss on causality.

Also lots of arguments against sales tax came out from Rothbard (who had zero influence at the time) while he was fighting against M. Friedman (who was listened to by politicians.)

The problem with sales tax is that people are in control. And if people save more, government wont get predictable revenue. So the government will do something about it. If there were a constitutional amendment with fixed sales tax and 0% income tax, that would be an awesome way to suffocate big government.