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The Income Tax: Root of All Evil By Frank Chodorov The Income Tax Root of All Evil The Income Tax Amendment says the author of this powerfully reasoned little book s contrary to the spirit and the principles of the Constitution of which it is a part For the Amendment gives to the
  • Title: The Income Tax: Root of All Evil
  • Author: Frank Chodorov
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  • Page: 245
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Income Tax: Root of All Evil By Frank Chodorov
    The Income Tax: Root of All Evil By Frank Chodorov The Income Tax Amendment, says the author of this powerfully reasoned little book, s contrary to the spirit and the principles of the Constitution of which it is a part For the Amendment gives to the Federal Government first claim upon the earnings of the individual, and so infringes his natural right to own what he produces.With its graduated tax provision, the Income TaThe Income Tax Amendment, says the author of this powerfully reasoned little book, s contrary to the spirit and the principles of the Constitution of which it is a part For the Amendment gives to the Federal Government first claim upon the earnings of the individual, and so infringes his natural right to own what he produces.With its graduated tax provision, the Income Tax Amendment is a replica of that clause in the Communist Manifesto which provides for the confiscation of all property through the use of just such a tax.Not only is the individual citizen s liberty partitioned by the Amendment, but the several states are deprived of their Constitutional sovereignty, and the central Federal Government is overstrengthened at their expense This growth of centralized power is a development which generations of Americans fought stubbornly to prevent.And the Federal Government, by the very nature of government itself, increases its needs in accordance with its means of revenue Reduce Federal income, argues Frank Chodorov, and Federal needs will automatically be reduced.The author takes a forthright stand as he defines the immoral nature of income taxation and the fallacy of using to level off society And finally he outlines what can be done to repeal the Income Tax Amendment, bearing in mind the Federal Government s legitimate need for revenue.
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    • This book is fantastic at satisfying its purpose laying out a succinct argument against the United States income tax Chodorov, writing in the 1950 s, describes how the income tax caused the federal government to become a self sufficient entity The state governments and much of the citizenry became beholden to the federal government because of its ability to collect substantial sums of money from all over the country and redistribute it back out to favored parties The Sixteenth Amendment fundamen [...]


    • Chodorov Ahead of His TimeEvery word written by Chodorov is as relevant today as it was the time of its writing He was truly visionary.


    • Much of what I ve been experiencing and reading lately, with my Cyprus Bank account frozen while I worried that a good portion of it might be confiscated by the government the excesses of the financial industry and the failure of the US Justice Department to prosecute wrong doers in that industry the healthcare industry and its ludicrous chargemaster price schemes it occurs to me that in all these instances, governments at the national level are responsible for their complicity in propagating th [...]


    • Read this I beg you.I had never even heard of Frank Chodorov before reading this book, but I am an instant fan Other big name economists grab all the headlines Mises, Hayek, Rothbard, etc but they are not nearly as enjoyable or easy to read Chodorov writes with the simplicity, permanent relevance, and clarity of Bastiat, and that is the highest compliment I know how to give Every American should read this to be shaken awake to the growing injustice to which we have become accustomed Read this, I [...]


    • While written in 1954, the book is extremely relevant in light of the current government fiscal crisis The author presents a pretty simple thesis the income tax is the root cause of the problems we face in government today Before the 16th Amendment authorizing an income tax, the Federal government had very limited powers By giving it the power to levy a tax, the citizenry gave government an unbelievable amount of power, which the government has abused by expanding its reach and calling for even [...]


    • Great read, articulate and entertaining.Even prescient today than when it was written, I recommend this book to anyone concerned with the expansion of government and the contraction of freedom Even if you are content with the role of government in your life, this book may open your eyes to the realities of government overreach.



    • For a book written in the 1950 s, it is still relevant today Predictions of the problems generated by our loss of right to our property income have, unfortunately, come to fruition.




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