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The Irs V. The People: Time For Real Tax Reform

Edited by Jack Kemp and Ken Blackwell, The IRS v. The People brings together 14 of America's foremost thinkers to discuss why the country's current tax system must be scrapped. With a foreword by Rush Limbaugh and a no-holds-barred approach, this book will give taxpayers plenty of reason to stand up and say "Washington, we've had enough!" Taxes are too high - the average American family hands over...

Publisher: The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D. C. (1999)
ASIN: B002K7UE66
Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
Amazon Rank: 10392624
Format: PDF Text djvu ebook

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38 percent of its income to the taxman - and the tax code too complex. The IRS v. The People provides citizens with the solutions to America's tax monstrosity in a handy pocket guide format.