The Narcotics Prject

Graham, Richard W.
February 1975
New Republic;2/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Narcotics Project started as a part of U.S. President Richard Nixon's campaign to encourage enforcement of drug laws; Disruption of the distribution of narcotics through the enforcement of all available tax statutes and by taking money out of the hands of traffickers; Report on incidents and cases confirming the misuse of the project; Discussion on the way by which the illegal and abusive tactic called termination assessment works; Prevention of income tax evasion by persons fleeing the country or hiding assets.


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