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Contemporary U.S. Tax Policy.

Contemporary U.S. Tax Policy, by C. Eugene Steuerle (The Urban Institute Press, 2004), presents an insider's look at tax policy based on a quarter-century of working with tax officials of all political stripes. The author offers a detailed examination of the tax policy battles that began in the early 1980s and continue through the present administration. The work emphasizes how various events fit together across recent decades, the role of economic factors in the shift in the nation's fiscal and tax structure, how reform is organized and the direction in which various forces are leading tax policy. 332 pages; $24. Contact (877) 847-7377;
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Author:Fink, Philip R.
Publication:The Tax Adviser
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 1, 2004
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