June 2001
New Republic;06/11/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 24, p12
Presents quotes from various publications related to political and social events that took place in the U.S. Report from the newspaper "The Washington Post" on the exclusion of the charitable-deduction provision from the tax cut legislation; Description of the proposed repeal of the estate tax; Information on the amount of tax collected in the year 2000 in various U.S. States; Discussion of the legal rights of migrant workers, reported in the periodical "Los Angeles Times"; View that if Legal Services did not stop representing non-citizens, the legislature would pass a highly restrictive measure preventing the group from doing its most basic work, such as filing class-action suits on behalf of clients; Reference to the article "The Reformation of a Street Preacher" published in the January 24, 1993 issue of the periodical "The New York Times"; Others.


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