Why is it unlikely that tax increases will be the way to eliminate current U.S. federal budget deficits?

Since World War II, on average when taxes were increased by a dollar, federal government spending increased by that much and more. The revenues generated by increasing taxes on the rich would only pay for a small portion of the federal budget deficit in any recent year.Increasing every worker’s taxes by the same amount could eliminate the deficit, but it is likely this action would be viewed as too burdensome for workers with modest incomes. ALL OF THE ABOVE