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A Monument of Deficient Wisdom:
The Constitutional Conflict in Federal Income Tax Law Enforcement

by Daniel J. Pilla  
IPI Policy Report #165   12/20/2001  55 Pages  

Synopsis:
The Constitution originally forbade direct, invasive taxes. The Sixteenth Amendment removed this protection and gave birth to the modern income tax, sacrificing our individual liberties, our legal principles and protections to government’s insatiable desire for revenue. A primary criterion for tax reform should be the restoration of the individual liberties intended by the Founders.

 

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