Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power: Monograph

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Corporate income unjust enrichment excess profits and capital stock tax collections 193038
122
Distribution of corporate income tax returns net income reported taxes assessed and percentage change 192936 123124
123
Average corporate net income and income tax paid in 1936 by income groups
128
Federal stamp taxes 193038
129
Regressive sources of Federal tax revenue 193038
132
Federal tobacco taxes 193038
134
Federal liquor taxes 193038
137
Federal taxes on consumers necessities 193038
141
Federal taxes on consumers luxuries 193038
145
Federal taxes on automobiles parts and accessories 193238
148
Federal taxes on automobile tires inner tubes gasoline and oil 193238
150
State gasoline tax receipts average tax rate and consumption in the United States 1925 and 193037
152
Federal taxation for economic adjustment conservation and social security 193338
155
Prohibitive Federal taxes 193038
159
PART IV
163
Tax collections and national income 1913 192339
168
Effect of the American tax system on the various income classes 1939
173
Proportion of income savings consumption expenditures and taxes borne by the several income classes 1939
175
Estimated distribution of taxexempt securities by classes of holders June 30 1937
190
Amounts of certain investments in estatetax returns 192636 108503
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Real propertv and improvements exempt from taxation 192337
198
Corporation taxes 1937
203
Taxes as percentage of gross income
208
Tax and income data for selected corporations
210
Yearly summaries of individual incometax returns net income and tax assessed with percentage change from previous year 192936 _
214
Government and private debt in the United States 192139
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Government debt and interest charges United States 192139
219
Tax revenues expended for public schools by level of government for selected years 190910 to 193536
225
The SocialEconomic Effects of the Revenue SystemContinued sge
229
Average annual Federal expenditures for the 10 years preceding and following the major wars of the United States
236
Expenditures for military purposes by the United States for selected years 191539
237
State revenues from general and selective property taxes 1937 and selected prior years 254255
254
Estimate of tax base for added value taxation
260
General conclusions
269
Estimated labor force in the United States 194080
288
Decennial increase of workers by census categories compared with that
294
Realized national income by States 1929 and 1938
300
Average incomes of families in five geographic regions United States
305
Consumption
307
CHARTS
310

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