Not Too Taxing

Marshall, Eliot
February 1978
New Republic;2/4/78, Vol. 178 Issue 5, p9
Focuses on the tax reform plan of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Role of House Ways and Means Committee chairman in Al Ullman tax revision works; Improvement in the tax codes created by Ullman that were previously rejected by the Senate; Reaction of Ullman to the responsibility placed by Carter on him; Legislators' opinion that Carter would be lucky to get 50 to 60 percent of his tax reform proposals passed by the House.


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