Originally published 01/28/2015
It’s a conversation that goes back more than 100 years, as M. Susan Murnane describes in a 2004 paper for Law & Social Inquiry.
Originally published 04/02/2014
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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