The Losses of Nations: Deadweight Politics Versus Public Rent Dividends

The Losses of Nations: Deadweight Politics Versus Public Rent Dividends

by Florenz Plassman, Richard Noyes, Ronald Banks, Mason Gaffney
     
 
The authors of this seminal book explain how governments can neutralize taxes that nature thee ithics of casino economy. They analyze Asia's meltdown, explain how mighty Japan was tolled by land speculation , and predict the consequences if statesman fail to banish deadweight taxes. The challlenge of the Millennium is to empower people to convert a legacy of

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The authors of this seminal book explain how governments can neutralize taxes that nature thee ithics of casino economy. They analyze Asia's meltdown, explain how mighty Japan was tolled by land speculation , and predict the consequences if statesman fail to banish deadweight taxes. The challlenge of the Millennium is to empower people to convert a legacy of trillion-dollar losses into the riches that would finance the social and environmental needs of all nations in the 211st century.

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Argues that taxation abuses working people, rewards land speculation, and favors reckless bankers, and presents an idealistic alternative public finance system that can neutralize taxes that nurture the ethics of the casino economy. Analyzes Asia's meltdown, explains how Japan was toppled by land speculation, and predicts consequences of continuing deadweight taxes. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781901647150
Publisher:
Othila Press, Ltd.
Publication date:
07/01/1998
Series:
Taxation Series
Pages:
250

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