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www.mises.org THE GREAT DEPRESSION TAX REVOLTS REVISITED

By Mark Thornton and Chetley Weise

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And the taxpayer, not content with thus ruining political science, added insult to injury by damning all its chief ornaments as thieves, and by swearing that he would never let them rook him again. His bellow was now for the most rigid economy, and he swore that he would have it if the heavens fell. There was no holding him while the fit was on him. In many American cities, public expenditures were actually reduced. H.L. Mencken 1 David Beito did a great service for the scholarship of liberty and American history with his rediscovery of the Great Depression-era tax resistance movement. 2 He uncovered evidence of widespread opposition to property taxes across America. However, the anti-ta

Year: 2013
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