The Bipartisan Origins of the Income TaxAjay K. Mehrotra
April 17 (Bloomberg) -- When the modern U.S. income tax came into being a century ago, no one could have anticipated that it would become the labyrinth of rules and regulations that Americans wrestled with as they filed their returns this week.
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