19 min

Representation in Taxation - [Freedom Papers Ep. 44‪]‬ Freedom Papers

    • Politics

Hamilton’s Federalist Paper No. 36, "The Same Subject Continued: Concerning the General Power of Taxation," examines the importance of having a representative government in regards to taxation. 


Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain that someone on the federal level would not be able to make decisions regarding taxation for Americans all over the country due to differing concerns throughout individual communities; therefore, a representative government voices the concerns and local issues that unique communities have. Elected representatives should advocate on behalf of their community, especially in regards to taxation. 


Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!


#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Hamilton’s Federalist Paper No. 36, "The Same Subject Continued: Concerning the General Power of Taxation," examines the importance of having a representative government in regards to taxation. 


Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain that someone on the federal level would not be able to make decisions regarding taxation for Americans all over the country due to differing concerns throughout individual communities; therefore, a representative government voices the concerns and local issues that unique communities have. Elected representatives should advocate on behalf of their community, especially in regards to taxation. 


Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!


#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

19 min