Enabling Social Justice through Progressive Taxation in 'Discriminated' Societies

@inproceedings{Titus2013EnablingSJ,
  title={Enabling Social Justice through Progressive Taxation in 'Discriminated' Societies},
  author={Ray Titus},
  year={2013}
}
The advocates of taxes point to its legitimacy as derived from the need for government to work for the people. Those who oppose taxes call it a burden imposed on the people, benefitting none than those in government and bureaucracy. The latter who advocate free markets believe the ‘invisible hand’ to be the better arbitrator to social justice. To put the debate on taxes in perspective, it is important to consider the need for social justice against a backdrop of societies that have practiced… CONTINUE READING

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