War tax resistance in the Friends Journal in

We’re finally at the present day, having reviewed the arc in which coverage of war tax resistance built from near-silence in to a near frenzy by the only to fade back to a low simmer by and then to the frankly moribund state where it is today.

I only reviewed this year’s issues up , but the only reference to war tax resistance I found in any of them was this one, from an obituary notice for Jeremy Hardin Mott, which came in the issue:

During this period [] he and Judy [née Franks] lived below taxable income to avoid supporting the military.

Here is a list of tax resisters mentioned in the Friends Journal, with links (“♦”) to the Picket Line entries in which I covered these mentions.

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