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The Tax Fairness Debate: Nine Leading Experts Weigh in on Tax Justice
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Published December 2, 2002
Author Urban Institute
Source Urban Institute
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A short overview of Tax Justice: The Ongoing Debate, edited by Joseph J. Thorndike and Dennis J. Ventry, Jr. The book provides scholars and policymakers alike with fresh insights into the important issue of tax fairness. Contributors assess recent reform proposals, scrutinize measures of inequality, demystify the flat tax, examine the role of property taxes in local finance, address equity concerns, evaluate tax justice in the states, and provide case studies.

   
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