Save Before You Tax

April 1932
Saturday Evening Post;4/23/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 43, p22
Comments on issues related to taxation in the U.S. Opinion on the tax-raising and tax-spending bodies in the U.S. Congress; Assumption of the national, state and municipal governments in the country about the public plane of living and the public scope of expenditure; Strategy to reduce public expenditures.


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