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1 Bibliography on Federal Tax Revision 1 (1960)

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I. The Individalio Income Tax
A. General Principles
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D. Speoial Problems
II. The Iorpora     Income  Tax
A. General Principles
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II. ExCise Taxeion Txe
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V. General Sources
This bibliography relates primarily to tax policy and general
tax structure.   It is not intended to cover the detailed legal, accounting,
and administrative problems involved in tax revision.
A large share of the recent contributions to the analysis of
Federal tax revision is contained in the papers on tax revision submitted
to the Committee on Ways and Means, U. S. House of Representatives, in
19.9, Tax Revision Compendium (See Section I.A.). This bibliography
includes selected articles from that publication under each topic,      The
reader is referred to the Tax Revision Compendium for further papers on
the same topic*
TAX FOUNDATION, INCORPORATED              30 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA          NEW YORK 20, N.Y.

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