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The Income Tax: Root of all Evil Part 1

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Reprinted from FEE.org [Originally published by The Devin-Adair Company, New York, 1954] To the Memory of Albert Jay Nock CHAPTER IX Competition in Government THE AMERICAN political terrain, so to speak, is most favorable for a fight for freedom. The tradition of home rule, supported by the constitutional doctrine of States’ Bights, presents a formidable obstacle, if properly exploited, to the forces of collectivism. We have their own admission to that fact. Early in the socialistic New Deal, its leaders recognized in the division of authority between state and federal governments a difficult impediment to their plans. They set their minds on overcoming it. They went so far as to draw up a blueprint for an arrangement that would circumvent, if not obliterate, the troublesome state lines.

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The Income Tax: Root of all Evil Part 1Reprinted from FEE.org

[Originally published by The Devin-Adair Company, New York, 1954]

To the Memory of Albert Jay Nock

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