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Taxation (5,632 Books)


To tax (from the Latin taxo; 'I estimate') is to impose a financial charge or other levy upon a taxpayer (an individual or legal entity) by a state or the functional equivalent of a state such that failure to pay is punishable by law.

 
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Camps and Firesides of the Revolution

By: Albert Bushnell Hart and Mabel Hill

THE second volume of Source-Readers is, like the first, wholly made up of pieces written at the time of the events and incidents here described. The language is modernized wherever necessary, and many unfamiliar words have been replaced by such as are more familiar to children; the spelling also has been brought to the reader's standard, except in a few cases where the old form seemed quaint and not likely to affect a child's-habits of writing. Nothing has anywhere been ...

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Munitions Industry : Hearings before the Special Committee Investi...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry

Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936; pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Ne...

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Munitions Industry : Hearings before the Special Committee Investi...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry

Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936; pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Ne...

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Munitions Industry : Hearings before the Special Committee Investi...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry

Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936; pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Ne...

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Munitions Industry : Hearings before the Special Committee Investi...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry

Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936; pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Ne...

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Munitions Industry : Hearings before the Special Committee Investi...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Investigate the Munitions Industry

Gerald P. Nye, chairman; Authur H. Vandenberg, presiding, Dec. 5, 1934, Feb. 4-7, 18, Apr. 15, 1935; Bennett C. Clark, presiding, Dec. 6, 1934; James P. Pope, presiding, Feb. 17-18, 1936; pt. 1. September 4-6, 1934. Electric Boat Co. pt. 2. September 7, 1934. Driggs Ordnance & Engineering Co. pt. 3. September 7 and 10, 1934. American Armament Corporation -- pt. 4. September 10-12, 1934. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- pt. 5. September 12-14, 1934. E.I. Du Pont de Ne...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1978; Volume 56, Numbe...

By: World Health Organization

Medical Reference Publication

Au cours des dix-huit anntes qui se sont Ccoultes depuis le lancement par l'organisation mondiale de la sante (OMS) de sa campagne antitabac, il est devenu de plus en plus Cvident que la lutte contre l'tpiditmie de tabagisme est a la fois un probleme de santt et un probleme politique. A mesure que s'accumulent les preuves des dangers du tabac pour la santt, l'industrie multinationale du tabac intensifie sa rtsistance aux mesures de lutte contre ce fltau. Les gouvernement...

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Promising Practices and Strategies to Reduce Alcohol and Substance...

By: Janet Reno

Legal Reference Publication

Foreword: By The Attorney General: The Department of Justice is committed to supporting the efforts of tribal governments to develop comprehensive strategies to address alcohol and substance abuse and related crime. Such strategies draw people together to act in unison to build a partnership composed of tribal leaders, the tribal court, prosecutors, law enforcement agents, corrections personnel, spiritual leaders and tribal members. The Programs showcased in this publica...

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Promising Practices and Strategies to Reduce Alcohol and Substance...

By: Janet Reno

Introduction: More than a decade ago the U.S. Congress passed P.L. 99-570, the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (1986), 25 U.S.C. S2411. The Act was based on findings that “alcohol and substance abuse are the most severe health and social problems facing Indian tribes and people today and nothing is more costly to Indian people than the consequences of alcohol and substance abuse measured in physical, mental, social, and economic terms.

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Kuwait

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: There are several people without whose help the creation of the 2004 edition of the CountryWatch Reviews could not have been accomplished. Robert Kelly, the Founder, Chairman and CEO of CountryWatch envisioned the original idea of the CountryWatch review as a concise and meaningful source of country-specific information. The country reviews would not exist without the research and writing by the editorial team at CountryWatch, who are responsible for hundreds of...

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2003 Report to Congress on China's Wto Compliance

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Executive Summary: Much has changed in the U.S.-China economic and trade relationship since China began negotiations to join the predecessor to the WTO, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 17 years ago. In 1986, total U.S.-China trade was only $7.9 billion, and imports from China outpaced U.S. exports to China by $1.7 billion. In contrast, in 2003, total U.S.-China trade is projected to top $170 billion, with imports from China exceeding U.S. exports to Ch...

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2003 Report to Congress on China's Wto Compliance

By: Federal Trade Commission

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Executive Summary: Much has changed in the U.S.-China economic and trade relationship since China began negotiations to join the predecessor to the WTO, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 17 years ago. In 1986, total U.S.-China trade was only $7.9 billion, and imports from China outpaced U.S. exports to China by $1.7 billion. In contrast, in 2003, total U.S.-China trade is projected to top $170 billion, with imports from China exceeding U.S. exports to Ch...

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2004 Report to Congress on China's Wto Compliance

By: United States Department of the Treasury

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Like the prior reports, this report is structured as an examination of the nine broad categories of WTO commitments undertaken by China. Throughout the report, USTR has attempted to provide as complete a picture of China?s WTO compliance as possible, subject to the inherent constraints presented by the sheer volume and complexity of the required changes to China?s trade regime and transparency obstacles. USTR notes areas where progress has been achieved and unde...

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