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citizens for an alternative tax system (cats) • david miscavige • internal revenue service (irs) • tax matter • usa today
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Apr 16, 1990
Face-off: Paying taxes // Abolish income tax; we'd all benefit // Keep income tax; alternative is worse — USA Today
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Author(s): David Miscavige, Robert Gilmore
Source: USA Today
Abolish income tax; we'd all benefit By David Miscavige Guest columnist LOS ANGELES — When the 16th Amendment passed, permitting an income tax, voters were promised this new tax would be fairly administered. They were assured it would represent no threat to our liberties. And they were promised it would be temporary. They were also warned. On the floor of the House, Samuel Walker McCall of Massachusetts said the income tax is not "primarily to raise money for the state but ...
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