by Barbara G. Ellis
US corporations have exploited national pride to reap huge profits from taxpayer-funded wars.
It’s a conversation that goes back more than 100 years, as M. Susan Murnane describes in a 2004 paper for Law & Social Inquiry.
by Romain Huret
Since the end of the nineteenth century, this tradition of tax resistance has been defended by the most affluent and most advantaged groups in American society.
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