Subsidizing Segregation

Witte, Anne G.
December 1978
New Republic;12/23/78-12/30/78, Vol. 179 Issue 26/27, p11
Focuses on the proposal of U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) stopping private schools from using the tax-exempt funds to continue segregated education. Receipt of letters against the IRS proposal by tax agencies; Demand for extending the public hearings on the subject; Efforts by Senator Strom Thurmond to preserve tax exemptions for segregated academies; Non-participation of private school employees in the Social Security programs through the tax-exempted status.


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