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Taxing the Rich: A History of Fiscal Fairness in the United States and Europe by Kenneth Scheve and David Stasavage

By: Scheve, Kenneth.
Contributor(s): Stasavage, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Jersey Princeton University Press 2016Description: 266p.ISBN: 9780691165455.Subject(s): Rich People - Taxation | Income TaxDDC classification: 336.2
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Part I: Debating Taxation
1. Why Might Governments Tax the Rich?
2. Treating Citizens as Equals 24

Part II: When Have Governments Taxed the Rich?
3. The Income Tax over Two Centuries
4. Taxing Inheritance
5. Taxes on the Rich in Context

Part III: Why Have Governments Taxed the Rich?
6. The Conscription of Wealth
7. The Role of War Technology
8. Why Taxes on the Rich Declined
9. What Future for Taxing the Rich?

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