Unfair Taxes

Barker, Keith
April 2008
Teen Ink;Apr2008, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p19
The author argues that the taxes that minors in the U.S. are faced to pay are unjust. The author compares the oppression of colonies in the U.S. by British colonists with taxes posed on minors in the U.S. The author questions the right of the U.S. government to require minors to pay taxes without representation. The author describes the difficulties faced by employed minors in the country. The author argues that minors should be given the opportunity to vote.


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