Le  consentement à l'impôt

Le consentement à l'impôt

Consenting to be Taxed

Taxes and tariffs have always provoked aggression. Of course, taxes are indispensible for community survival, and for a democratic state to guarantee liberties to its citizens. This book explores the historical roots of this contradiction along with the attempts to get past it. It demonstrates as well forms of resistance to tariffs, traditional and contemporary, which drive the author to research new means of increasing consent to be taxed.




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Essai d'une comptabilité interrégionale française pour 1954
Tome 1: Les résultats
Jean-Marcel Jeanneney, Suzanne Quiers-Valette

Series

Bibliothèque du citoyen

Subjects

The State - Government : Public Finances

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