2003 • $52.00 • paper
The Federal Income Tax Anthology is designed to be used either as a source of supplemental readings in the basic federal income tax course or as a primary text in a tax policy seminar. This anthology enriches the income tax course by affording students the opportunity to explore in greater depth many of the subjects traditionally covered in that course, as well as to consider issues that often receive only cursory attention in the standard casebooks. The issues raised in Part I (the tax legislative, administrative, and litigation processes), Part VII (race, class, and gender), and Part VIII (alternatives to the current system) are particularly suited for advanced study in tax policy seminars.
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