David Beito on Organized Tax Resistance during the Great Depression

Lew Rockwell recently interviewed David Beito on The Lew Rockwell Show about the widespread and well-organized property tax resistance in the United States during the Great Depression, particularly in Chicago:

Beito is the author of Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance During The Great Depression, which tells the story of these resistance campaigns. On Rockwell’s show he talks about what he found during his research, and the two of them speculate as to what lessons tax resisters in the next great depression might be able to learn from those in the last one.


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