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Their Fair Share: Taxing the Rich in the Age of FDR | Contents

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Acknowledgments

1 A Nation of Taxpayers

2 The Republican Roots of New Deal Taxation

3 The State Roots of New Deal Taxation

4 Early New Deal Taxation and the Moral Status of Tax Avoidance

5 New Deal Economists and the Case for Saving the Poor

6 New Deal Lawyers and the Case for Soaking the Rich

7 Profits, Preferences, and Tax Avoidance

8 The Fall and Rise of Progressive Reform

9 The Creation of the Mass Income Tax

10 Consolidation of the Wartime Regime

11 The Durability of Reform

Notes

About the Author

Index

 

Their Fair Share: Taxing the Rich in the Age of FDR, by Joseph J. Thorndike, is available from the Urban Institute Press in paperback (ISBN 978-0-87766-771-1, 6" x 9", 362 pages, $29.50) and eBook (ISBN 978-0-87766-782-7, $14.99).

 

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