Let's Take Our Taxes Straight

March 1942
New Republic;3/2/42, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p287
Focuses on the war taxation bill, which is under consideration by the U.S. Congress. Dangers that confront the nation regarding the consideration of war taxation bill; Amount of expenditure on national defense; Possible plan of the Congress to raise extra money in taxes; Effect on the taxation plan on prices; Possible impact of the taxation program on consumption; Likely steps to be taken to boost tax receipts; Suggestion that the proposed taxation bill is a feasible program, if both taxes and loans are withheld at the source, as far as possible.


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