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Nothing Personal, You Understand: Tax the Rich, Then Tax Them Again, by Karl Grossman

At the end of World War II, Washington raised $1.50 in taxes on business profits for every $1 in taxes on individuals. Today, Washington gets 25 cents in taxes on business for every dollar in taxes raised from individuals. (source)

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