Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Transatlantic Tax Revolts, Eleanor Roosevelt's Tax Returns and the VAT That Never Was

Up now on Cambridge Core, from Modern American History is a symposium of three brief essays on taxation.  The first is How the Great American Tax Revolt Crossed the Atlantic, by Isaac William Martin, professor of sociology at the University of California–San Diego.  The second is Eleanor Roosevelt's Tax Returns, by Carolyn C. Jones, Orville L. and Ermina  D. Dykstra Chair in Income Tax Law at Iowa Law.  The third is The Myth of the “Overtaxed” American and the VAT That Never Was, by Ajay K. Mehrotra, Executive Director and Research Professor at the American Bar Foundation and Northwestern Law.

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