Class Tax Mass Tax by Peter Rush

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No one loves to pay taxes. From the time the first tribal leader demanded a share of his kin’s produce as a price for protection, tax systems have been inequitable and contradictory. But the American personal income tax, converted to a mass tax in 1941, has expanded the government’s ability to raise revenue beyond the wildest dreams of any king. The income tax, once hailed as the way to prevent the concentration of wealth in a few hands, has become an albatross around the neck of the common man.

Class Tax Mass Tax expertly weaves the stories of regular (and not so regular) Americans striving for their dreams with the complex history and ramifications of America's income tax as well as the federal government's increased reliance on it.

About Peter Rush

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Peter Rush is the Chairman and CEO of Kellen Company, a global professional services firm. He has worked as a journalist for The New York Times Company and syndicated writer.
Published March 19, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 143 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences.

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