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American Revolution was a tax revolt. So was Fort Sumter. The Bible and Shakespeare are full of tax stories. Even the Rosetta Stone is about taxes. 14–15 January 2005, Charlottesville, VA.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.

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American Revolution was a tax revolt. So was Fort Sumter. The Bible and Shakespeare are full of tax stories. Even the Rosetta Stone is about taxes. 14–15 January 2005, Charlottesville, VA.Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.

    Taxation and Literary History, or Who Killed John Keats?

    Taxation and Literary History, or Who Killed John Keats?

    Recorded 15 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Thank Goodness for FDR's Tax Cut

    Thank Goodness for FDR's Tax Cut

    Recorded 15 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

    The Dangers of Tax Reform

    The Dangers of Tax Reform

    Recorded 15 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Taxes in American History

    Taxes in American History

    Recorded 14 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Lincoln's Tariff War

    Lincoln's Tariff War

    Recorded 14 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

    Rothbard's Economics of Taxation: Where the Mainstream Went Wrong

    Rothbard's Economics of Taxation: Where the Mainstream Went Wrong

    Recorded 14 January 2005 at The Trouble with Taxation Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia.

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