Will Walther's Debates of Life - Taxation

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Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - Reference - 68 pages
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Since the Boston Tea Party Americans have argued about the validity and use of taxation. Has this argument finally been solved? For whom is this volume written? 1. It is written for anyone who wants to be a little smarter and wiser when voting in any public election. 2. It is written for anyone who enjoys both sides of a debate, written in verse and humor (and often with tongue in cheek). 3. It is written for those who desire to learn about advanced imagery techniques and how they are used. 4. This book could be a great tool for any educational institution that desires to teach its students imagery in creative writing.
 

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Contents

Forward to Book I Taxation
11
Preface to Book I
13
II A TOO MUCH WASTE
19
III A OUR LEADERSHIP
21
IV A CONGRESSMANS PROMISES
23
V A SENATORS PROMISES
25
ROADS
27
VII A TAXES TO HELP THE POOR
29
XI A TAXES TO HELP OVERCOME CATASTROPHES
37
XII A TAXES TO HELP VICTIMS OF CRIMES
39
XIII A TAXES FOR EDUCATION
41
XIV A TAXES FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
43
XV A Taxes for Prison Rehabilitation
45
XVI A SUMMARY
47
Forward to Book II
53
Preface to Book II
55

VIII A TAXES TO HELP ME AGE
31
IX A TAXES FOR THE HOMELESS
33
X A TAXES TO HELP OUR SENIORS
35
Part I
57
Part II
60
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