Failure in New Jersey

Zukosky, Jerome
August 1972
New Republic;8/5/72, Vol. 167 Issue 5, p13
Assesses the defeat of New Jersey Governor William Cahill's comprehensive tax reform program. Overview of the tax reform program; Key elements of the program; Findings of the report of a blue ribbon tax committee appointed by Cahill; Major issues in the reform package; Opposition of the state American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations to the tax reform program.


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