IRS Historical Factbook: A Forgotten Classic

Way back in 1993, the IRS published a classic in American tax history: The IRS Historical Fact Book: A Chronology. It’s no interpretive masterpiece. Rather, it provides just what the title promises — a timeline of U.S. tax history that’s especially heavy on administration of the federal tax system. That may sound boring (and sometimes it is) but it’s also extremely valuable. So take a look.



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