Isn't the optimal tax rate more dependent on technical inefficiencies including hours worked and physical loss rather than the natural rate of income?

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Please answer b if you feel you cannot answer a (title question). You can also refute (c).

a. Isn't the optimal tax rate more dependent on technical inefficiencies including hours worked and physical loss than the natural rate of income fluctuations?

The laffer curve is a political statement of an ideal tax-rate upon an income variable and its relation in which return is correlated positively at first, then negatively, for an optimal tax-rate; however, I think income doesn't effect the best tax rate because everything is complementary to the free rider immutable plaintiff tax that is substitutable by none, yet moreover, technical efficiencies in daily leisure utilization rates and physical gains (net durable good imports and consumption, as well as equipment and/or structural investment) rather than dynamic ones should increase police spending as a % of GDP for the capital productivity of cops is less subject to technical unemployment (c) and it is, again, free rider immutable. Whether cops or the idea of them help is out of scope of this economic policy question.

As every man doth, so shall it be done to him, and retaliation seems to be the great law which is dictated to us by Nature. (Smith, Adam. The Theory of Moral Sentiments, II.II, "Of Justice and Beneficience". 1759. https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/smith-adam/works/moral/part02/part2b.htm#2.3)

b. If you cannot answer, is that because what is optimal shouldn't be assumed as natural? What is political that is natural, anyway?

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