Paying for Progress: A New Politics of Tax for Public Spending
Fabian Society, 2000 - Taxation - 388 pages
"Written in a lively and accessible style for the general reader, Paying for Progress makes an important contribution to political thought and policy in the first decade of the 21st century. Providing key information on the UK tax system, it will also be an invaluable text for students and researchers in politics, economics, public administration, law and accountancy."--BOOK JACKET.
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