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1 Federal Revenue Sharing 1 (1969)

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Revised July 1969
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Federal-State Coordination
of Personal Income Taxes. Vol. 1. Washington, D.C.: October 1965.
Includes recommendation for Federal income tax credit for state income
taxes to encourage more effective state use of personal income taxation
and improve the states' ability to solve their fiscal problems with their
own resources.
------ . Fiscal Balance in the American System. Vol. 1. Washington, D.C.:
October 1967. 355pp. tables.
Analyzes basic structure of fiscal federalism, major shortcomings
of the present system, and pzescribes remedial policies. Recommends a
combination of Federal categorical grants-in-aid, general functional
bloc grants, and per capita general support payments. Appendices contain
(a) staff analysis of six alternative ways of distributing a Federal
surplus and (b) proposals for sharing Federal revenues introduced in the
90th Congress.
Anderson, William. The Myths of Tax Sharing, Public Administration Review,
Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, January/February 1968, pp.10-14.
Presents a negative view of tax sharing mainly aimed at the proposals
of Senator Baker and Walter Heller. A central criticism is that state
and local governments have not reached the limit in their ability to levy
Break, George F. Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in the United States.
Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1955. 273pp.
Chapters include Tax Coordination, Functional Grants-in-Aid,
and Unconditional Grants-in-Aid.
Candalis, Wray 0. Revenue Sharing: A Solution to State Financial Problems,
Banking, Vol. 79, No. 2, August 1966, pp. 39, 100, 102.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Advisory Task Force on
Financing Local and State Government. Washington, D.C.: January 19-20,
Summarizes some of the major studies on fiscal outlook for state
and local governments, fiscal federalism, and revenue sharing. Also,
provides details of five different legislative proposals for revenue

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