A Law Unto Itself: Power, Politics and the IRS

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Random House Publishing Group, 1989 - Political Science - 419 pages
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Investigative reporter David Burnham provides the first book on the IRS that reveals the appalling excesses its power creates, from political manipulation to internal corruption.

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A law unto itself: power, politics, and the IRS

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Burnham, who has been a reporter for UPI, Newsweek , and CBS News, describes the history of taxes, the rise of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the process by which taxes are assessed and ... Read full review

Contents

Thinking About Taxes and the Taxman
3
First Encounters with the IRS
25
Collecting Taxes
50
Copyright

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