Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance During the Great Depression

@inproceedings{Beito1989TaxpayersIR,
  title={Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance During the Great Depression},
  author={David T. Beito},
  year={1989}
}
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS It is impossible to thank adequately all of the individuals who helped me in preparing this book. At the onset, I would like to express my debt to Allan G. Bogue. His insightful comments and suggestions have greatly enhanced this book on both a stylistic and a conceptual level. Stanley K. Schultz also deserves special praise. He never hesitated to take time out of his busy schedule to offer suggestions and encouragement. James L. Baughman brought home the necessity of putting… Expand

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