A Law Unto Itself: Power, Politics and the IRS
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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Thinking About Taxes and the Taxman
First Encounters with the IRS
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