A Topic Outline

This outline is one possible subject-matter index of The Picket Line. You can click on the ♦ symbols to visit pages on this site that cover the associated topics. I reorganize this outline occasionally, so the ordering of things will not always be consistent from visit to visit. The main headings are:

  1. How you can resist funding the government
  2. Why it is your duty to stop supporting the government
  3. Have things really gotten that bad?
  4. Book reviews
  5. Henry David Thoreau
  6. Some historical and global examples of tax resistance
  7. Miscellanous tax resisters

  1. How you can resist funding the government
    1. getting under the income tax line
      1. it’s not very difficult
        1. the War Tax Resistance movement sometimes exaggerates the difficulty
      2. many Americans live under the income tax line
      3. how it’s done
        1. keeping an eye on your budget
          1. keeping an eye on my budget
          2. consumerism, personal debt
          3. distorted standard of living expectations
        2. IRAs, 401(k)s, and other retirement accounts
          1. “MyRAs”
          2. the retirement savings tax credit
        3. Health Savings Accounts
          1. is health insurance a moral necessity?
          2. deductible health costs
      4. other advantages to this method
      5. arguments against this method
        1. A.J. Muste’s dissent
    2. a survey of tactics of historical tax resistance campaigns
      1. 99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns
      2. accompany resisters to/from prison, correspond with/visit them inside
      3. appeal to a bigger, badder government to take your side
      4. assist resisters whose property is seized
      5. assist the families of imprisoned resisters
      6. attend the trials of those prosecuted
      7. ask people to vow to resist when a critical mass of people take a similar vow
        1. “Don’t Buy Bush’s War” campaign
      8. assault tax collectors
        1. see also
      9. attack police or military personnel engaged in tax enforcement
      10. attack tax offices
      11. attack the homes and property of tax collectors
      12. avoid falsehood, engage in radical honesty
        1. see also
      13. block tax collectors with barricades, blockades, or occupations
      14. blockade tax offices
      15. boycott government monopoly goods or particularly taxed goods
      16. choose a small, easy, high-participation tax to resist
        1. phone tax resistance
          1. the “Hang Up On War” campaign
          2. criticisms of
          3. internet telephony
          4. phone tax abolition efforts
          5. the death of the long distance phone service excise tax
            1. the refund program
      17. clog up the courts and/or the jails
      18. conduct consumer strikes
      19. conduct labor strikes
        1. see also
        2. prison labor strikes
      20. conduct hartals and business strikes
        1. Benares hartal of 1810–1811
      21. conduct surveys to gauge support
        1. NWTRCC surveys
      22. contrast your tax resistance campaign with more fearsome or objectionable opposition movements
      23. convince existing organizations to adopt or endorse tax resistance
      24. convince the government to rescind the tax or legalize resistance
      25. counsel people in legal tax avoidance techniques
        1. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
          1. what it is, how to volunteer
          2. my participation in
          3. low-accuracy work by
          4. Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
      26. defy conditions of tax-exemption, deliberately incur then resist a tax
      27. demonstrate support for individual resisters
      28. destroy the apparatus of taxation
        1. see also
      29. develop and use legal expertise
      30. develop positive relationships with tax officials
      31. disrupt government auctions
        1. see also
        2. First Boer War
        3. British nonconformists
        4. British women’s suffrage movement
        5. Bromley and Snyder homes, 1975
        6. Corner and Kehler home, 1989
        7. Tim DeChristopher
        8. Dutch West Indies, 1921
        9. Irish Catholics
        10. Kentucky, 1906
        11. Missouri railroad bonds scandal, 1876
        12. New York railroad bonds scandal, 1878
        13. Poujadism
        14. Reform Act agitation
        15. Weimar Germany
        16. “White Quakers”
        17. York riot, 1786
      32. disrupt trials, break resisters out of prison
      33. educate potential resisters about techniques and consequences
      34. encourage defection in the tax bureaucracy
        1. see also
      35. encourage tax evasion, erode general taxpayer compliance
        1. how to encourage tax evasion
      36. engage in mass action in response to arrests
      37. engage in pickets, protests, and other public demonstrations
      38. engage in social boycott of non-resisters
      39. engage in social boycott of tax collectors and collaborators
      40. foment acts of solidarity from non-resisters
      41. foment bank runs
      42. form groups for mutual support and coordinated decision-making
      43. form mutual insurance pacts
        1. penalty funds
      44. get a good spin out in the media
        1. see also
      45. hide or flee to resist arrest
      46. hide taxable or seizable assets
      47. hold resisters’ property in others’ names
      48. honor resisters who have been imprisoned
      49. intimidate or assault tax collaborators
      50. intimidate tax collectors with humiliation attacks
        1. see also
      51. issue bomb threats, send disturbing packages
        1. see also
      52. issue formal shows of support for imprisoned resisters
      53. join cooperative housing and business arrangements
        1. see also
        2. The Agape Community
        3. The Bijou Community
        4. The Counozouls commune
        5. New York Yearly Meeting
        6. Sojourners
        7. St. Patrick’s 4
        8. Possibility Alliance
        9. The Other Side
        10. War Resisters International
        11. Whiteway Colony
        12. Women’s Freedom League
      54. keep a record of “sufferings”
      55. maintain solidarity in the face of divisive pressure
      56. manufacture & sell alternatives to taxed goods
        1. homebrew/homegrown
        2. underground economy
          1. varieties of, “Solidarity Economics”
          2. working without a Social Security number
          3. my participation in
          4. size of, impact on tax gap
      57. migrate or taxpatriate ahead of the tax collector
        1. leave the country (“taxpatriatism”)
        2. the Monteverde settlement
        3. Jamie K. Donaldson
        4. the Gastonguay family
        5. Jeff Knaebel
      58. miscellaneous corporation/employer resistance
      59. miscellaneous uses of violence
      60. participate in an unorganized, leaderless, tax strike
      61. participate in barter and other off-the-books transactions
        1. barter & gift economy
      62. participate in buycotts and boycotts
        1. see also
      63. pay taxes in an inconvenient or symbolic way
        1. paying under protest, or in a protesting fashion
      64. pay taxes with degraded currency
      65. pay the fines or legal fees of prosecuted resisters
      66. petition for leniency towards resisters
      67. petition for redress of grievances
      68. put your taxes in an escrow fund in lieu of payment
        1. see also
      69. rally on the occasion of arrests, trials, or imprisonments
      70. reach out to potential resisters at the time and place of payment
        1. Tax Day actions
          1. 1949
          2. 1950
          3. 1952
          4. 1959
          5. 1960
          6. 1966
          7. 1970
          8. 1972
          9. 1981
          10. 1982
          11. 1983
          12. 1987
          13. 1988
          14. 1995
          15. 2003
          16. 2004
          17. 2005
          18. 2006
          19. 2007
          20. 2008
          21. 2009
          22. 2010
          23. 2011
          24. 2012
          25. 2013
          26. 2014
      71. recruit new resisters through letters or face-to-face outreach
      72. redirect resisted taxes to charity
        1. see also
      73. refuse to elect tax assessors or collectors
      74. refuse to fund certain voluntary, non-governmental activities as well
      75. refuse to indict or convict as a jury
        1. see also
      76. refuse to support the government in certain other ways
      77. refuse to use government currency
      78. renounce government privileges and titles
        1. see also
      79. resist levies on employees’ salaries
      80. resist the census
        1. see also
      81. resist withholding on employees’ salaries
      82. resonate with myths, legends, folklore, or historical examples
        1. the “black tax credit”
        2. Joaquin Murieta
        3. John Hampden as an inspiration to later tax resisters
        4. Lady Godiva
        5. Robin Hood
      83. secede / set up a parallel government
        1. territorial/political secession
      84. short-circuit the bureaucracy with paperwork
        1. file misconduct complaints against tax officials
        2. file paper returns / extra paperwork
      85. sing tax resistance songs
        1. see also
      86. smuggle goods to evade taxes
      87. surrender yourself as a criminal for having paid taxes
        1. see also
      88. switch to alternative currencies
        1. see also
        2. Bitcoin
        3. Ripple / LETS
        4. “time dollars”
        5. “forever” stamps
        6. hawala
        7. virtual-world currencies
      89. switch to cash
        1. see also
      90. take public oaths or pass resolutions of tax resistance
        1. War Tax Boycott
        2. Writers & Editors War Tax Protest, 1967
      91. threaten to repudiate the government debt
      92. threaten taxpayers to try to coerce them into resisting
      93. use property seizures as rally or protest opportunities
      94. warn people when tax collectors are on the way
      95. wear badges, emblems, and uniforms
    3. other tax resistance strategies
      1. shifting from earned income to returns on capital
      2. car-free living / slugging / hacks
      3. charitable giving
      4. DIY
      5. freeganism
        1. dumpster-diving
        2. gleaning
      6. frugality / simple living / self-sufficiency
        1. frugal eating
        2. frugal energy use
        3. frugal gardening
        4. second-hand shopping
        5. Wendy McElroy & Brad on
      7. home-based business
      8. impersonate tax collectors
      9. interfere with parking meter enforcement
      10. rent strike
      11. running for office (in Canada)
      12. tax evasion / fraud
        1. “disregarded entities”
        2. government evasion of its own taxes
        3. personal tax evasion
          1. examples
        4. prisoner tax fraud
        5. the “tax gap”
      13. Constitutionalist tax protest stuff (“show me the law!”)
        1. dumb, incorrect, and doomed
        2. occasional successes
        3. America: From Freedom to Fascism
        4. renewed hope for the 5th Amendment argument
        5. IRS can’t call you an “illegal tax protester”
    4. other forms our opposition can take
      1. economic secession
      2. electoral politics, legislator lobbying, playing the game
      3. living as if there were no state
      4. Monkey-Fu
      5. nonviolent action; “People Power”
        1. “Occupy” movement
        2. in current anti-war movement
        3. theorists
          1. James C. Scott
          2. Gene Sharp / AEI
        4. satyagraha
        5. in the modern Middle East
          1. in U.S.-occupied Iraq
        6. in Nazi-occupied Europe
        7. in the U.S. civil rights movement
        8. in the former Soviet Bloc
        9. in Latin America
        10. criticisms of
      6. peace movement: marches, protests, and so forth
        1. recent anti-war movement actions
          1. August 2006 Bechtel headquarters action
        2. my frustration with
        3. other criticisms/defenses of
        4. 1849 peace conference
        5. movement introspection
      7. disrupting the military
        1. counter-recruitment
          1. actions at recruiting stations
        2. encouraging soldiers to desert / defy orders, supporting conscientious objectors
        3. fragging
        4. refuseniks, deserters, soldiers defying orders
      8. subversion from within
      9. Temporary Autonomous Zones and such
      10. physical intervention
        1. blockades
          1. August 2006 Bechtel headquarters action
        2. blockade-running
        3. hounding officials
        4. sabotage/destruction of equipment
      11. violent rebellion, blowing-one’s-top
    5. the tax resistance movement
      1. campaigns
        1. Slave Uprising
        2. War Tax Boycott
      2. events
        1. google hangout
        2. workshops
        3. Five Years Too Many
      3. conferences & gatherings
        1. 1st International Conference on Military Tax Resisters & Peace Tax Campaigns
        2. Spring 2003 NWTRCC national in Santa Rosa, California
        3. 10th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
        4. Fall 2004 NWTRCC national in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
        5. Spring 2005 NWTRCC national in Nashville, Tennessee
        6. Fall 2005 NWTRCC national in Brooklyn, New York
        7. Spring 2006 NWTRCC national in Seattle, Washington
        8. 11th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
        9. Fall 2006 NWTRCC national in Las Vegas, Nevada
        10. Fall 2007 NWTRCC national in Newton, Kansas
        11. Winter 2007 New England War Tax Resistance conference
        12. Spring 2008 NWTRCC national in Birmingham, Alabama
        13. 12th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
        14. Fall 2008 NWTRCC national in Eugene, Oregon
        15. Fall 2008 New England War Tax Resistance regional gathering
        16. Spring 2009 NWTRCC national in Harrisonburg, Virginia
        17. Fall 2009 New England War Tax Resistance regional gathering
        18. 2009 Gandhi-King Conference on Peacemaking
        19. Fall 2009 NWTRCC national in Cleveland, Ohio
        20. 2010 South-East Gathering of War Tax Resisters
        21. Spring 2010 NWTRCC national in Tucson, Arizona
        22. 13th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
        23. Fall 2010 NWTRCC national (and 25th Annual New England Gathering of War Tax Resisters and Supporters) in Boston, Massachusetts
        24. Spring 2011 NWTRCC national in Oakland, California
        25. Fall 2011 NWTRCC national in Kansas City
        26. Fall 2011 New England War Tax Resistance regional gathering
        27. Spring 2012 NWTRCC national in Chicago
        28. Fall 2012 New England War Tax Resistance regional gathering
        29. Fall 2012 NWTRCC national in Colorado Springs
        30. 14th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
        31. Spring 2013 NWTRCC national in Asheville, North Carolina
        32. Fall 2013 New England War Tax Resistance regional gathering
        33. Fall 2013 NWTRCC national in New York City
        34. Spring 2014 NWTRCC national in San Diego
        35. Fall 2014 NWTRCC national in Indiana
        36. 15th International Conference on War Tax Resistance & Peace Tax Campaigns
      4. birth of the modern American war tax resistance movement
        1. Peacemakers
        2. Edith Aldis
        3. Benny Bargen
        4. Ernest & Marion Bromley
        5. Beulah & Horace Champney
        6. Wolcott Cutler
        7. Lloyd Danzeisen
        8. Dorothy DaPonte
        9. Dorothy Day
        10. Ralph DiGia
        11. Barbara & Saunders Dixon
        12. Aleck Dodd
        13. Margaret Dungan
        14. Henry Dyer
        15. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Emery
        16. Arthur Evans
        17. Fyke Farmer
        18. Richard Fichter
        19. Marion C. Frenyear
        20. Robert C. Friend
        21. Gerhard Friesen
        22. Walter Gormly
        23. Richard Groff
        24. Art Harvey
        25. Neil Haworth
        26. Ammon Hennacy
        27. Irwin Hogenauer
        28. George M. Houser
        29. Sander Katz
        30. Miriam Keeler
        31. Roy C. Kepler
        32. Kenneth Knudson
        33. Emily & Walter Longstreth
        34. Bradford Lyttle
        35. Jane & Milton Mayer
        36. Charlie McCormick
        37. Maurice McCrackin
        38. Mary S. McDowell
        39. Karl Meyer
        40. Abraham J. Muste
        41. Juanita Nelson
        42. Wally Nelson
        43. Katsuki James Otsuka
        44. Kenneth Patton
        45. James “Jim” Peck
        46. Carol Perry
        47. Ned Richards
        48. Francis B. and Valerie Riggs
        49. Eroseanna Robinson
        50. Dale Rogers
        51. Max Sandin
        52. Richard Stenhouse
        53. Arthur Sternberg
        54. Ralph Templin
        55. Caroline Urie
        56. George Willoughby
        57. Lillian Willoughby
        58. Edmund Wilson
        59. George Yamada
      5. outreach to other groups
      6. publications
        1. posters
        2. Low Income/Simple Living as War Tax Resistance
        3. More Than a Paycheck (newsletter)
      7. media
        1. television
        2. theater
        3. movies
        4. video
    6. arguments against tax resistance
      1. J.G. James
      2. C.W. Light
      3. Ricardo Rodríguez
      4. Edward Swaine
    7. my tax resistance
      1. periodic reports
      2. budget check
      3. levies, liens, seizures
      4. self-employment
      5. media mentions of
        1. April 2004 Columbia Chronicle
        2. 19 April 2006 San Francisco Weekly
        3. March 2007 SmartMoney.com
        4. 3 April 2007 San Francisco Chronicle
        5. May 2007 Peacework Magazine
        6. 4 July 2007 Associated Press & followup
        7. August 2007 Media with Conscience
        8. September 2007 Steve Brenneman column
        9. 11 October 2007 KPFA
        10. March 2008 Money Magazine
        11. July 2008 Soul-N-Black radio
        12. 10 April 2009 KMVR radio
        13. 15 April 2010 Mancow Show radio
        14. 17 April 2012 Shareable
        15. 27 April 2012 Porc Therapy podcast
        16. 28 February 2014 Porkins Policy Radio podcast
        17. 9 April 2014 Shareable
      6. nastygrams from the IRS
      7. The Picket Line site
    8. the payroll / social security tax (FICA)
      1. Congress dips into this money to supplement the general fund.
      2. Amish are exempt
      3. other exemptions/techniques
      4. possible effects of “Social Security Reform”
      5. how and why I started resisting the self-employment tax
        1. Will this jeopardize my “½ self-employment tax” deduction?
    9. other ways the government is funded
      1. borrowing, government bonds
      2. campaign donations
      3. corporate income tax
      4. dummies who play the lottery
      5. dummies who over-withhold
      6. dummies who voluntarily donate to the government
      7. duties & tariffs
      8. excise taxes
        1. air travel tax
        2. alcohol tax
        3. fuel tax
        4. guns & ammo tax
        5. marijuana tax
        6. revenue stamps
        7. tobacco tax
        8. vaccine tax
      9. FDIC premiums
      10. fines, fees, fares, and such
      11. sales of purchased and seized assets
      12. seigniorage / printing money / inflation
      13. the “underground government”
      14. value-added tax
    10. about the IRS and U.S. tax law/policy
      1. 2008 stimulus “prefunds”
      2. bankruptcy and tax debt
      3. Collection Due Process
      4. (avoiding) seizure of state tax refunds
      5. record-breaking swings in tax receipts
      6. Taxpayer Advisory Panel
      7. IRS is not always forthcoming and accurate
      8. IRS incompetence
        1. at least their website is good
        2. CADE / PRIME / software modernization fiasco
        3. fails to collect even when it knows about tax debt or wins tax convictions
        4. employees don’t understand the tax law well
        5. enforcement budget
        6. enforcement effort/results
        7. failure to follow the rules during collection process
        8. headquarters under 20 feet of water
        9. miscellaneous blundering
      9. how the government deals with tax resisters
        1. IRS policy on conscientious tax resistance
        2. frivolous filing penalty
        3. how they respond to inflated W-4 allowances
        4. interest and penalties for failure to pay
        5. penalties for failure to file
        6. particular individual cases
        7. what won’t they seize (e.g. for hardship reasons)?
        8. can tax resisters sponsor people for citizenship?
        9. will tax resisters get hassled at the borders or when applying for passports?
      10. how is tax law/policy/administration changing?
        1. accelerated capital goods depreciation
        2. Alternative Minimum Tax
        3. credit for solar installations and such
        4. estate tax
        5. health insurance tax deduction
        6. education-related credits and deductions
        7. how tax rates are changing over time
        8. income tax becoming a “salary tax”
        9. increased Big Brotherish oversight of transactions
          1. more reporting of stock market transactions
        10. increased fees and excise taxes
        11. legislation
          1. JOBS Act of 2004
          2. Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006
          3. Housing Assistance Act of 2008
          4. big-assed bailout of 2008
          5. ginormous stimulus boondoggle of 2009
          6. Obamacare, 2010
          7. HIRE Act of 2010
          8. Small Business Jobs Act of 2010
          9. tax extension package of 2010
          10. transportation bill of 2012
          11. “fiscal cliff” bill of 2012
          12. Obama budget proposal of 2013
        12. “Lucky Duckies”
        13. predictions of future tax policy
        14. “qualifying child”, new definition
        15. ratting out neighbors & employers
        16. “recission”
        17. standard deduction / personal exemption
        18. state sales tax deduction on federal taxes;
        19. tax-free savings vehicles
        20. tax policy tangent to the budget deficit/debt debate
        21. “tax reform”
          1. Dubya’s tax reform panel
          2. miscellaneous proposals
          3. “simplification”
          4. “tax reform” as a Congressional shake-down opportunity
          5. radical tax reform / the “Fair Tax”
          6. Obama’s deficit/tax commission
        22. yearly adjustments of deductions/exemptions/credits/thresholds
      11. corporate / municipal / wealthy tax dodgers
        1. falling corporate tax rates
        2. Lease-In / Lease-Out, etc.
      12. tax exemptions for religious groups / activity
      13. compliance costs of federal income tax
      14. the “starve the beast” theory
    11. what happens if the IRS knocks on my door?
      1. or their quasi-private debt collection contractors?
  2. Why it is your duty to stop supporting the government
    1. not being a “Good German”
      1. Hannah Arendt
      2. Adolf Eichmann
      3. Karl Jaspers
      4. Nuremberg principles / war crimes
      5. does your responsibility end where the law begins?
        1. does a business’s responsibility go beyond the profit motive?
      6. Jefferson and his slaves
      7. Milgram’s experiment and My Lai
    2. ethics
      1. are ethics just aesthetics, instincts, lifecycle trends, or fashion statements?
      2. free will
      3. existentialism and ethical thought experiments
      4. how I came to have my ethical beliefs
      5. the concept of “evil”
      6. J.G. James on the ethics of tax resistance
      7. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn on this and that
      8. C.S. Lewis on becoming a scoundrel
      9. the Dalai Lama on secular ethics
      10. Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
        1. Book Ⅰ (eudaimonia)
        2. Book Ⅱ (virtue)
        3. Book Ⅲ (virtue, and some moral virtues)
        4. Book Ⅳ (some moral virtues)
        5. Book Ⅴ (justice)
        6. Book Ⅵ (intellectual virtues)
        7. Book Ⅶ (self-control, and pleasure)
        8. Books Ⅷ and Ⅸ (friendship)
        9. Book Ⅹ (pleasure, eudaimonia)
      11. Hazel Barnes’s An Existentialist Ethics
      12. Fred E. Katz’s Ordinary People and Extraordinary Evil
      13. Rushworth Kidder’s Moral Courage
      14. Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue
      15. Russ Shafer-Landau’s Whatever Happened to Good and Evil?
      16. Adam Smith’s The Theory of Moral Sentiments
      17. Arne Johan Vetlesen’s Evil and Human Agency
      18. William Wollaston’s The Religion of Nature Delineated
      19. practice makes perfect; virtue ethics
      20. personal development as a means of political change
      21. values are things you live, not things you profess
    3. cool stuff I found in back issues of MANAS
    4. the danger of “feel-good” protests
      1. they don’t accomplish much
      2. they spawn violent, futile actions from the impatient
      3. liberals can be infuriating
        1. astrological granola California bullshit
        2. cheerleading other people’s activism from the sidelines
        3. shallow criticism of the war
        4. looking for a quick fix that won’t require much of them
        5. San Franciscans who disapprove of the war are among the war’s biggest supporters
        6. “cargo cult” fetishization of 60s activism
        7. supporting the Democratic Party in spite of its policies
        8. Tolstoy on liberals
        9. why the most committed people might be the quietest
      4. advice for successful activism / activists
      5. the revolution won’t be in your Facebook feed
      6. “symbolic” tax protests?
        1. the “Peace Tax Fund,” legal conscientious objection to military taxation
          1. criticisms of
          2. defense of
          3. 1837 Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention debate concerning
          4. Peace Tax Seven
            1. Brenda Boughton
            2. Robin Brookes
            3. Siân Cwper
            4. Simon Heywood
            5. Joe Jenkins
            6. Roy Prockter
            7. Birgit Völlm
          5. in Italy
          6. in Czarist Russia
          7. back-door judicial peace tax fund in the U.S.? or in Bolivia?
      7. tax resistance won’t topple the government either
    5. is there any point in trying?
    6. comparisons with the abolitionist movement
    7. calls to action!
      1. by me
      2. by other folks
      3. what makes a good call-to-action?
    8. how tax resistance fits the bill
      1. taxation compared with conscription
      2. does taxpaying make you complicit?
      3. how does the government train taxpayers?
      4. are taxpayers immoral monsters?
      5. isn’t some government worth paying for?
        1. what’s right with the free market / what’s wrong with capitalism?
        2. can libertarians, peaceniks, anarchists, environmentalists, paleocons, and lefties get along?
          1. about those libertarians
          2. Karl Hess
          3. left/libertarian alliances
        3. how government degrades ethics
        4. doing without government
          1. citizen dependence / reliance on government
          2. government vs. organized crime (Pirates & Emperors)
          3. Mexican governor abolishes traffic cops
          4. problems with having governments
          5. voluntaryism
          6. what’s good about bad government?
  3. Have things really gotten that bad?
    1. U.S. government is cruel, despotic, a threat to people
      1. U.S. torture policy
        1. Abu Ghraib in particular
        2. cover-ups, wrist-slapping of abusers
        3. the ostensible opposition party doesn’t care
        4. extraordinary rendition
        5. evading legal prohibitions / White House approval
        6. Gitmo in particular
        7. Alberto Gonzales
        8. leadership failure vs. personal responsibility of torturers
        9. Craig Murray (Uzbekistan)
        10. roots in U.S. prison system
        11. School of the Americas
        12. Swiftian defense of torture
      2. civilian casualties, urban bombardment, etc.
        1. aversion to keeping track of civilian casualties
        2. destruction of infrastructure, impact on population
        3. echoes of Hiroshima, earlier uses of aerial bombardment
        4. effects of pre-war sanctions on Iraq
        5. evasion of responsibility
        6. Killing a Child: “I did what I had to do”
        7. Lancet study
        8. Najaf & Falluja
        9. “Smart” weapons don’t reduce civilian casualties
        10. targeted bombings of Iraq brass
      3. despotism
        1. no consent of the governed
        2. declining liberty, drug war, mass imprisonment
        3. embarrassing, pampered god-emperor in the White House
        4. secrecy, contempt, dishonesty, Commander-in-Chief override
      4. threat to world peace
        1. propping up tyrants
        2. fueling global arms races
        3. supporting Israel’s worst policies
        4. imperialist in deed (some call it “sovereignty”)
        5. insisting on the global rule of the unilateral iron fist
      5. robbing the public and spending irresponsibly
        1. bloated military budget
          1. Democrats aren’t helping
          2. fake Pentagon belt-tightening
          3. federal budget pie chart
          4. hiding pork in the military budget
          5. Hurricane Katrina aftermath
          6. monetary cost of Iraq/Afghanistan wars
          7. money for the absurd
          8. money spent on big-ticket porkish items
          9. public opinion concerning
          10. shady Pentagon accounting
          11. weapons of mass destruction
        2. huge deficits / debt / war financed on credit
        3. pork spending
      6. corrupt legislature
      7. losing the Vietnam War all over again
      8. U.S. military casualties
    2. U.S. citizens aren’t rising to the challenge
      1. no functioning opposition party
        1. Democrats fail to oppose torture
        2. John Kerry’s candidacy specifically
          1. rehabilitating the reputation of the Vietnam war
        3. neither party opposes government bloat
        4. Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich on tax resisters
      2. public acquiescence / approval / collaboration
        1. Abu Ghraib whistleblower threatened on return home
        2. bad faith reasoning
        3. dangerous willingness to obey authority
        4. even Hiroshima not seen as an atrocity
        5. incredible pretzel-logic to justify war
        6. rise of the praetorian class
        7. ready-made excuses for brutality; glory in cruelty
      3. independent press oversight lacking
        1. blogs bucking this trend somewhat
        2. but there is WikiLeaks
        3. doublespeak parroted without embarrassment
        4. jingoist bias, malarkey
        5. unreliable establishment spokespersons frame debate
  4. Book reviews
    1. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Nonviolent Strategies and Tactics for Social Change (John J. Ansbro)
    2. Experiments in Ethics (Kwame Anthony Appiah)
    3. The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen (Kwame Anthony Appiah)
    4. Crises of the Republic (Hannah Arendt)
    5. Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil (Hannah Arendt)
    6. Responsibility and Judgment (Hannah Arendt)
    7. Sense and Sensibilia (John L. Austin)
    8. Language, Truth, and Logic (A.J. Ayer)
    9. Human Smoke (Nicholson Baker)
    10. An Existentialist Ethics (Hazel Barnes)
    11. The Blood of Others (Simone de Beauvoir)
    12. Conquest of Violence (Joan V. Bondurant)
    13. The Law of Christ Respecting Civil Obedience, Especially in the Payment of Tribute (John Brown)
    14. Lyrical and Critical Essays (Albert Camus)
    15. Studies in Mutualist Political Economy (Kevin A. Carson)
    16. For Peace and Truth (Pierre Cérésole)
    17. Noam Chomsky: Imperial Ambitions (Noam Chomsky & David Barsamian)
    18. The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical (Shane Claiborne)
    19. The Power of the People (Robert Cooney & Helen Michalowski)
    20. About Face: Military Resisters Turn Against War (Courage to Resist)
    21. We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live (Joan Didion)
    22. Possum Living: How to live well without a job and with (almost) no money (Dolly Freed)
    23. Who’s In Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain (Michael S. Gazzaniga)
    24. Humanity: A Moral History of the Twentieth Century (Jonathan Glover)
    25. Standing Up to the Madness (Amy Goodman & David Goodman)
    26. Share or Die: Voices of the Get Lost Generation in the Age of Crisis (Neil Gorenflo & Malcolm Harris)
    27. The Warriors: Reflections on Men in Battle (J. Glenn Gray)
    28. Among the Dead Cities (A.C. Grayling)
    29. The Quiet American (Graham Greene)
    30. 99 Tactics of Successful Tax Resistance Campaigns (David M. Gross)
    31. Against War and War Taxes: Quaker Arguments for War Tax Refusal (David M. Gross)
    32. American Quaker War Tax Resistance (David M. Gross)
    33. We Won’t Pay!: A Tax Resistance Reader (David M. Gross)
    34. Dissenting Opinions (Clare Hanrahan)
    35. The Next American Civil War (Lee Harris)
    36. The Power of the Powerless (Václav Havel)
    37. The Book of Ammon (Ammon Hennacy)
    38. Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire’s Slaves (Adam Hochschild)
    39. The Freedom Manifesto (Tom Hodgkinson)
    40. The Moral Equivalent of War (William James)
    41. The Question of German Guilt (Karl Jaspers)
    42. As the World Burns (Derrick Jensen & Stephanie McMillan)
    43. Beatrice: The Cadbury Heiress Who Gave Away Her Fortune (Fiona Joseph)
    44. Thinking, Fast and Slow (Daniel Kahneman)
    45. Ordinary People and Extraordinary Evil: A Report on the Beguilings of Evil (Fred E. Katz)
    46. Look Homeward, America: In Search of Reactionary Radicals and Front-Porch Anarchists (Bill Kauffman)
    47. Peaceable Kingdom Lost: The Paxton Boys and the Destruction of William Penn’s Holy Experiment (Kevin Kenny)
    48. Moral Courage (Rushworth M. Kidder)
    49. Fear and Trembling (Søren Kierkegaard)
    50. Escape in Prison (Ghislaine Lanctôt)
    51. After Virtue (Alasdair MacIntyre)
    52. Mario and the Magician (Thomas Mann)
    53. The Recorder (William Matthews)
    54. On Liberty: Man v. The State (Milton Mayer)
    55. Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future (Bill McKibben)
    56. Billy Budd (Herman Melville)
    57. Is There No Other Way: The Search for a Nonviolent Future (Michael Nagler)
    58. Living the Good Life: How to Live Sanely and Simply in a Troubled World (Helen & Scott Nearing)
    59. Evil in Modern Thought: An Alternative History of Philosophy (Susan Neiman)
    60. Moral Philosophy: Text and Readings (Andrew Oldenquist)
    61. The Road to Wigan Pier (George Orwell)
    62. Free Will: A Very Short Introduction (Thomas Pink)
    63. Twelve by Twelve: A One-Room Cabin Off the Grid and Beyond the American Dream (William Powers)
    64. Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy (Julia Preston & Samuel Dillon)
    65. Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement (Scott Ritter)
    66. The Psychopath Test (Jon Ronson)
    67. Existentialism and Human Emotions (Jean-Paul Sartre)
    68. Extreme Virtue: Truth and Leadership in Five Great American Lives (Crispin Sartwell)
    69. The Unconquerable World (Jonathan Schell)
    70. Whatever Happened to Good and Evil? (Russ Shafer-Landau)
    71. The Theory of Moral Sentiments (Adam Smith)
    72. Break His Bones: The Private Life of a Holocaust Revisionist (Bradley R. Smith)
    73. The Great Derangement (Matt Taibbi)
    74. Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World (Tenzin Gyatzo, the Dalai Lama)
    75. Ethics for the New Millennium (Tenzin Gyatzo, the Dalai Lama)
    76. The Price of Freedom (Henry David Thoreau)
    77. The Kingdom of God Is Within You (Leo Tolstoy)
    78. War and Peace (Leo Tolstoy)
    79. Direct Action: Radical Pacifism From the Union Eight to the Chicago Seven (James Tracy)
    80. Off the Books: The Underground Economy of the Urban Poor (Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh)
    81. Evil and Human Agency: Understanding Collective Evildoing (Arne Johan Vetlesen)
    82. Fragebogen (Ernst von Salomon)
    83. An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Ethics (Mary Warnock)
    84. The Cold War and the Income Tax: A Protest (Edmund Wilson)
    85. Rats! (Claire Wolfe)
  5. Henry David Thoreau
    1. his tax resistance
    2. his writings
      1. his correspondence
      2. his journals
      3. his juvenilia
      4. on John Brown
      5. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
      6. Herald of Freedom
      7. Life Without Principle
      8. Natural History of Massachusetts
      9. Paradise (To Be) Regained
      10. Reform and the Reformers
      11. Resistance to Civil Government (Civil Disobedience)
      12. Sir Walter Raleigh
      13. Slavery in Massachusetts
      14. The Service
      15. Thomas Carlyle and His Works
      16. Walden
      17. Wendell Phillips Before the Concord Lyceum
  6. Some historical and global examples of tax resistance
    1. Argentina in 1924
    2. Argentina in 2009–10
      1. Ramón Guerrero
      2. Olga Vivas
    3. Andino, Argentina in 2011
    4. Griselda Baldata’s toll resistance in Argentina in 2011
    5. Argentina in 2012–14
    6. Australia, dog tax in 1846
    7. Australia, dray & land tax in 1850–1
      1. A. Anderson
      2. Mr. Bennett
      3. John Darby
      4. John Fisher
      5. Mr. Fisher, Esquire
      6. F. Launcelott
      7. Hiram Manfull
      8. Jonathan Norman
      9. Mr. Oliver
      10. William Parker
      11. Mr. Sutherland
      12. Charles Watson
      13. Mr. Wells
      14. Thomas Wilson
    8. Australia, digger license tax resistance in 1854
    9. Australia, Tasmania railway district in 1874
      1. W.S. Button
      2. A.F. Rooke
      3. Theodore(?)
    10. Australia, Tasmania income tax, 1904
      1. A.J. Jenson
      2. James Joseph Long
      3. C. Metz
      4. John Shepherd
      5. Mr. Sagg
      6. David Storrer
      7. W.H. Taylour
      8. R.J. Wilkinson
      9. A.A. Winch
    11. Australia, Sydney income tax, 1914
    12. Australia, Melbourne amusement tax, 1917
    13. Australia, bachelor tax, 1917
    14. Australia’s Northern Territory, and Papua, 1919–21
      1. Mr. Bakling
      2. R.M. Balding
      3. Mr. Brennan
      4. Albert Colley
      5. R.J. Doling
      6. James Fitzgerald
      7. Hardie Gibson
      8. R.H. Green
      9. Harold George Nelson
      10. John O’Neill
      11. K. Spain
      12. Robert Toupein
      13. D.C. Watts
    15. Australia, digger income tax resistance in 1921
    16. Australia / Queensland in 1927
    17. Australia / Graziers in 1932
    18. Austria / Tyrol in 1931
    19. Austria / 1414: Der Steuer Streik (2014)
      1. Gerhard Höller
      2. Wolfgang Reichl
    20. Belgium / Agricultural tax protest, 1963
    21. Brazil / passe livre movement, 2014
    22. Britain / English peasant revolt (14th Century)
    23. Britain / resistance to Cromwell’s government (17th Century)
      1. George Cony
    24. Britain / Jack-a-Lents (18th Century)
    25. Britain / Reform Act of 1832
      1. Thomas Attwood
      2. Mr. Brougham
      3. George Edmonds
      4. John Fife
      5. Mr. Galloway
      6. Lord Milton
      7. Captain Williams
    26. Britain / Insurance Act resistance, 1912
    27. Britain / The Poplar Rates Rebellion, 1921
      1. George Lansbury
    28. Britain / bookmakers strike, 1926
    29. Britain / Poll Tax Rebellion, 1987–91
      1. John Battle
      2. Danny Burns
      3. Denis Canavan
      4. Andy Clachers
      5. Michael Connarty
      6. Jeannette McGuin
      7. Eric Milligan
      8. Peter Sheridan
      9. Tommy Sheridan
      10. Alex Smith
      11. Brian Wilson
      12. Brian Wright
    30. Britain / fuel tax protests, 2000
      1. David Handley
    31. Britain / Council Tax Rebels, 2003–
      1. Ian Drover
      2. Bill Evans
      3. June Farrow
      4. Richard Fitzmaurice
      5. Sylvia Hardy
      6. Rae Hoffenberg
      7. Hedley Lester
      8. Barbara Lockwood
      9. Ross Longhurst
      10. Angela Richards
      11. David Richardson
      12. Alfred & Una Ridley
      13. June Robinson
      14. Josephine Rooney
      15. Billy Thomson
      16. Elizabeth Winkfield
    32. Britain / Coventry “Axe the Tax” protest, 2010
    33. Britain / “Bedroom Tax” resistance, 2013–14
      1. River Axe The Tax
      2. Liz Kitching
    34. Britain / London tube fare strike, 2014
    35. Britain / “Toilet Tax” resistance, 2014
    36. Canada / Irish settlers, 1881
    37. Canada / Montreal merchants, 1893
    38. Canada / Doukhobors in 1906
    39. Canada / Manitoba wage tax, 1934
    40. Canada / Montreal sales tax, 1935
    41. Canada / customs dispute with Mohawks, 1969
    42. Canada / Ontario sales tax, 1981
      1. Bruce Knapp
      2. Verna Perry
    43. Canada / war tax resisters
      1. Edith Adamson
      2. Joshua Goldberg
      3. Bruna Nota
      4. Jerilynn C. Prior
      5. Don Woodside
    44. Chile / Salta municipal taxes in 2013
      1. Guillermo Durand Cornejo
    45. China circa 1902
    46. China / liberals in 1910
    47. China / Railway Protection Movement, 1911
    48. China / Shanghai in 1927
    49. China / farmers in 1952
    50. China in 2009
    51. China / Zhili in 2011
    52. Colombia in 2009
      1. Carlos Gomez
    53. Cuba / immigrants to the Isle of Pines, 1903
    54. Cyprus / bank deposit tax for a bailout, 2013
    55. Cyprus / social insurance tax resistance, 2014
      1. Michael Paraskevas
    56. Denmark / war tax resistance movement
    57. Dominican Republic / sugar industry (1905)
    58. Dominican Republic / value-added tax resistance (2014)
    59. Dutch West Indies in 1921
    60. Egypt / tourist tax strike (1947)
    61. Egypt / transit fare boycott (2013)
    62. Fiji / tax on Indian laborers in 1924
    63. Fiji / tax resistance of native Fijians in 1928
    64. France / gabelle riots in 1548
    65. France / Croquant Rebellion (17th Century)
    66. France / tithe resistance
    67. French revolutions, 1789–93 & 1848
    68. France / constitutionalists, 1829
    69. France / protest against Catholic school measures, 1902
    70. France / wine-growers tax strke, 1907
      1. Marcélin Albert
      2. Ernest Ferroul
    71. France / baby carriage tax, 1913
    72. France / income tax, 1922
    73. France / stokers, 1923
    74. France / Paris hartal, 1933
    75. France / petrol tax, 1934
    76. France / Poujadism, 1955
      1. Pierre Poujade
    77. France / Larzac base protesters, 1973
    78. France / heterosexual supremacists, 2013
    79. France / football teams, 2013
    80. France / bonnets rouges, 2013–14
    81. German East Africa / hut tax rebellion, 1900
    82. Germany in 1848
      1. Lothar Bucher
      2. Karl Marx
    83. Weimar Germany and the Ruhrkampf (1919–33)
    84. German dog tax, 1925
    85. German war tax resisters
      1. Christa & Klausmart Voigt
    86. German peace tax movement
      1. Brigitte Janus
      2. Dorothee Sölle
      3. Wolfgang Steuer
    87. Ghana in 1854
      1. Badu Asōnkō
    88. Ghana / phone retailers in 2013
    89. Greece / Lazarina tax resistance in 1898
    90. Greece / tobacco tax increase, 2010
    91. Greece in 2011–2014
      1. Nick Aslanoglou
      2. John Oikonomakou
      3. Thanos Tzimeros
    92. Guinea Bissau cashew traders, 2011
    93. Holland / war tax resistance around 1921
    94. Hungary / independence (from Austria) campaign, 1850s
    95. India / Benares hartal of 1810–11
    96. India / Bhats in 1861
    97. India / Gandhi’s campaigns
      1. Bardoli tax strikes
      2. the salt march
      3. homespun cloth (khādī) / swadeshi
      4. Mahadev Desai
      5. Kasturbhai Gandhi
      6. Rukmini Laxmipathi
      7. Sarojini Naidu
      8. Maniben Patel
      9. Vallabhbhai Patel
      10. Abbas Tyabji
    98. India / Alwar Meo revolt in 1932–34
    99. India / Moslem League in 1946
    100. India / Delhi lawyers in 2009
    101. India / cable TV operators in 2013
    102. Indonesia / anti-austerity in 2012
    103. Iran / Tehran bazaar in 2008
    104. Ireland / Land League
      1. Thomas Condon
      2. Michael Davitt
      3. James Rice Kent
      4. Thomas MacMahon
      5. Charles Stewart Parnell
    105. Ireland / Nationalists in 1887
      1. Thomas Croke
    106. Ireland / Unionists (~1892–1913, 1986)
    107. Ireland / Sinn Fein in 1921
    108. Ireland / Galway County islands (~1932)
    109. Ireland / Blue Shirts in 1934
      1. Michael Patrick Lynch
    110. Ireland / Dublin water charge strike, 1990s
    111. Ireland / bin tax protests (~2001–5)
      1. Joe Higgins
    112. Ireland / water charge strike, 2007
    113. Ireland / household tax, 2012–13
      1. Joe Conway
      2. Ruth Coppinger
      3. Richard Forbes
      4. Bill Michael O’Brien
    114. Ireland / anti-austerity protests, 2014
    115. Italy / Naples in 1647
      1. Masaniello (Tommaso Aniello)
    116. Italy / Carnival of Viareggio, 1873
    117. Italy / Catholic war tax resisters, 1985–
      1. Lorenzo Belloni
      2. Giovanni Paolo Ramonda
    118. Italy / Palermo’s anti-pizzo movement (2004–)
      1. Lo Bello
      2. Vincenzo Conticello
      3. Libero Grassi
      4. Fabio Messina
      5. Andrea Vecchio
    119. Italy / Sicily in 2010?
    120. Italy / Northern League in 2010–3
    121. Italy / anti-austerity, 2012
    122. Italy / miscellaneous resisters, 2013–4
      1. Alessandra Marazzi
      2. Mariano Pavanello
      3. Andrea Polese
    123. Italy / Venetian secessionists, 2014
      1. Gianluca Busato
      2. Lucio Chiavegato
      3. Fabio Padovan
    124. Ivory Coast in 2011
    125. Jamaica in 1848
      1. Mark Bloomfield
      2. Edward Francis
      3. John Gordon
      4. William Gordon
      5. William Graham
      6. Thomas Henry
      7. Robert M‘Cormick
      8. Lewis Nugent
      9. George Riley
    126. Jordan / Bani Obeid tax strike, 2014
    127. Korea / 1873–1907
      1. Choe Ik-hyŭn
    128. Malaysia / tithe resistance after 1960
    129. Madagascar in 2013
    130. Mexico / Guerrero in 1892
    131. Mexico / Cristero War, 1926
    132. Mexico / Oaxaca in 1952
    133. Mexico / Zapatista municipios autónomos
    134. Mexico / Tijuana shopkeepers in 2006
      1. César Cázares
    135. Mexico / Oaxaca vehicle tax, 2011
    136. Mexico / Tijuana sales tax, 2013
    137. Mexico / Mexico City pos me salto movement, 2013–14
    138. Mexico / Apatzingán tax resistance, 2014
    139. Nepal / democratization movement in 2006
      1. Vijay Kumar
    140. Nepal / doctors in 2010
    141. New Zealand / poll tax resistance, 1868
      1. S. Edger
      2. John George
      3. W.J. Speight
      4. James Wrigley
    142. New Zealand / Chatham Islands, 1891
    143. New Zealand / Dog Tax War
      1. Hone Toia
    144. New Zealand / “flatulence tax” in 2003
      1. Bryan Hocken
    145. Nicaragua in 1909
    146. Nicaragua in 1978
    147. Palestine / resistance to Roman empire’s taxes
    148. Palestine / Arab resistance to British empire’s taxes (1920s)
    149. Palestine / Israeli independence movement (1939–48)
    150. Palestine / doctors in 1981
    151. Palestine / Beit Sahour & intifada (1988–92)
      1. Ghassan Andoni
      2. Tawfik Abu Aita
      3. Hanna al-Atrash
      4. Mubarak Awad
      5. Aysa Hanna Khier
      6. Ibtisam & Michel Kokaly
      7. Isa Kukali
      8. Selim Qassis
      9. Elias Rishmawi
      10. George Rishmawi
      11. Khalil Hana Rishmawi
      12. Kamal Abu Saada
      13. Issam Sheheibet
      14. Yassa Abu Zelef
    152. Papua New Guinea / LBJ cult in 1964
      1. Bosmialek
    153. Papua New Guinea / Mataungan resistance in 1969
    154. Philippines / Revolt Against the Tribute, 1589
    155. Philippines / war tax resistance in 1898
    156. Philippines / resistance to rebel war tax in 2011
    157. Poland / Lech Walesa in 1995
    158. Portugal / anti-austerity in 2013
    159. Puerto Rico / merchants in 1932
    160. Romania / freelancers in 2010
    161. Romania / witches in 2011
      1. Alisia
      2. Bratara Buzea
    162. Russia / “kosher” tax (1810–)
    163. Russia / after emancipation (1861–)
    164. Russia / Vyborg manifesto period (1905–7)
      1. Sergei Muromtsev
      2. Pavel Nikolayevich Milyukov
      3. Ivan Illitch Petrunkevitch
    165. Russia / Russian Civil War (1917–23)
    166. Samoa (1887, 1928)
    167. Scotland / Abbey Manse Tax (1880)
    168. Scotland / The “Turra Coo” (1913)
      1. Robert Paterson
    169. Sierra Leone / Hut Tax War (1898)
      1. Bai Bureh
    170. South Africa / Griqualand West (1874)
      1. Alfred Aylward
    171. South Africa / First Boer War (1880)
      1. Mr. Basson
      2. Piet Bezuidenhout
      3. Piet Cronjé
      4. Mr. Koetze
      5. Paul Kruger
    172. South Africa / Tswana rebellion, 1882
    173. South Africa / Swaziland hut tax resistance, 1903–7
      1. Dinuzulu kaCetshwayo
    174. South Africa / Bambatha Rebellion, 1906
    175. South Africa / Rhodesian farmers, 1911
    176. South Africa / Gandhi’s campaigns, 1906–1914
    177. Southwest Africa / Bondelswarts Rebellion (1922)
    178. Spain / Rubí, 1873
    179. Spain / Tancament de Caixes, 1898–1900
    180. Spain / Málaga, 1911
    181. Spain / Ondárroa municipal tax strike, 2003–11
    182. Spain / Catalonia in 2010–14
      1. Quim Arrufat
      2. Alfred Bosch
      3. Josep Casadellà
      4. Muriel Casals
      5. Jordi Fàbrega
      6. Teresa Jordà
      7. Vincent Partal
      8. Marta Rovira
      9. Joan Tardà
    183. Spain’s tax resistance movements
      1. Handbook of Economic Disobedience
      2. Biscay’s war tax resistance movement
      3. Hugo Alcalde
      4. Francesc García Barberà
      5. Pepe Beúnza
      6. Maite Blasco
      7. Álex Corrones
      8. Enric Durán
      9. Abel Esteban
      10. Francisco Fernández Buey
      11. Mar Gimena
      12. Jorge Güemes
      13. Carlos Lopez
      14. Martí Olivellas
      15. Arcadi Oliveres
      16. Carlos S. Olmo Bau
      17. Paco Ortega
      18. Pedro Otaduy
      19. Carlos Pérez
      20. Rubén Pérez
      21. Juan Carlos Rois
      22. Ignatio Ruibal
      23. Pablo San José
      24. Francisco José Sarrión Torres
      25. Joan Surroca
      26. Luis Torres
      27. Almudena Trillo
      28. Josep Maria Yago
    184. Switzerland / bobbed hair tax of 1929
    185. Tanzania / merchants, 2013
    186. Thailand / anti-amnesty resistance, 2013
    187. Tunisia / taxi drivers, 2014
    188. Turkey / tax revolts of 1906–7
    189. Ukraine, 2014
    190. pre-U.S. / Resistance to tax on Jews in New Amsterdam, 1655
      1. Asser Levy
    191. pre-U.S. / Colonial resistance to Governor Andros, 1687
      1. John Andrews
      2. John Appleton
      3. Samuel Appleton
      4. Thomas French
      5. William Goodhue
      6. Robert Kinsman
      7. John Wise
    192. pre-U.S. / New Jersey resistance to Catholic assessor, 1715
    193. pre-U.S. / Massachusetts nonconformists in 1723
    194. pre-U.S. / North Carolina colonial rebellions (1735–66)
    195. pre-U.S. / American revolution (1765–81)
      1. Samuel Adams
      2. Penelope Barker
      3. Mary Hoskins
      4. Elizabeth King
      5. Milcah Martha Moore
      6. Sarah Valentine
    196. pre-U.S. / Regulator movement (North Carolina, 1767–71)
      1. Hermon Cox
      2. Isaac Cox
      3. Samuel Cox
      4. Joshua Dixon
      5. Benjamin & John Hinshaw
      6. Hermon Husband
      7. Nathan Farmer
      8. William Graves
      9. James Matthews
      10. Jesse Pugh
      11. William Tanzy
      12. Benjamin & James Underwood
      13. John & William Williams
    197. U.S. / Western New Hampshire, 1781
    198. U.S. / York tax riot of 1786
      1. Jacob Bixler
      2. Adam, Andrew, Conrad, & Frederick Hoak
      3. Godfrey & Philip King
      4. George Miller
      5. Peter Schneider
      6. Philip Wintemeyer
    199. U.S. / Whiskey Rebellion (1791–4)
      1. John Hamilton
      2. Hermon Husband
      3. Thomas McComb
      4. John McCulloch
      5. James McFarlane
      6. John Robertson
      7. Robert Smilie
    200. U.S. / Fries Rebellion (1799–1800)
      1. Henry Artman
      2. Abraham Braith
      3. Michael Breich
      4. John Eberhart [Everhard]
      5. Daniel Everly
      6. Jacob Eyerman
      7. John Fox
      8. Daniel and John Fries
      9. Daniel, Jacob, and Peter Gable
      10. George, John, and William Getman
      11. Peter Hamberg
      12. Herman Hartman
      13. Frederick Heany
      14. Abraham and Peter Heidrick
      15. Jacob Hoover
      16. Henry, Jacob, and John Huber
      17. Henry Jarrett
      18. Daniel, Jacob, and John Klein
      19. Conrad Marks
      20. George Mitchel
      21. George and Henry Mumbower
      22. Aaron Samsel
      23. George Shaeffer
      24. Henry Shankwyler
      25. Andrew Shiffert
      26. George Snyder
      27. Christopher Socks
      28. Adam Stephen
      29. Abraham Strong
      30. William Thomas
      31. Daniel Weidner
      32. George and Nicholas Wyker
    201. U.S. / Maryland debt crisis (1843)
    202. U.S. / California Foreign Miners Tax (1850)
    203. U.S. / Tennessee during reconstruction (1866)
    204. U.S. / Georgia dockworkers, 1867
    205. U.S. / South Carolina during reconstruction (1871–7)
      1. J.B. Campbell
      2. T.M. Hanckel
      3. Isaac W. Hayne
      4. Richard Lathers
      5. C.T. Lowndes
      6. C.R. Miles
      7. B.H. Rutledge
      8. C.H. Simonton
      9. George A. Trenholm
      10. George H. Walter
    206. U.S. / Louisiana during reconstruction (1872–9)
      1. Smith W. Bennett
      2. W.C. Black
      3. Edward Booth
      4. Daniel Warren Brickell
      5. D.C. Brown
      6. Fred Cann
      7. Anthony Carriere
      8. E. Conery
      9. John B. Cotton
      10. D. Faulk
      11. John Q.A. Fellows
      12. John G. Fleming
      13. Benjamin F. Florence
      14. W. Freret
      15. A.A. Lacy
      16. Hugh McCloskey
      17. G.W. McCranie
      18. John McEnery
      19. S.D. McEnery
      20. G.W. McFee
      21. Julien Michel
      22. Archibald Mitchell
      23. Eli Noble
      24. Isaac W. Patton
      25. William. M. Randolph
      26. R. Richardson
      27. Louis Schneider
      28. S.J.N. Smith
      29. Eugene Waggaman
      30. Robert J. Wilson
      31. William Woelper
    207. U.S. / Texas Salt Wars, 1877
    208. U.S. / Missouri railroad bonds, 1872–1908
      1. William P. Barnes
      2. Benjamin F. Copenhaver
      3. F.M. George
      4. F.E. Johnston
      5. Edwin T. Lane
      6. Judge Lyons
      7. James M. Nevitt
      8. Sam C. Peden
      9. Judge Phillips
      10. Thomas Scott
      11. W.A. Wray
    209. U.S. / Steuben County, New York railroad bonds, 1878
      1. William Atkins
    210. U.S. / Niagara County, New York railroad bonds, 1881
    211. U.S. / Cincinnati liquor tax, 1884
    212. U.S. / Dakota “half-breeds,” 1889
    213. U.S. / Dothan Riot, 1889
      1. George Stringer
    214. U.S. / Cuban war tax, 1897
    215. U.S. / Crow Reservation, 1899
    216. U.S. / Alabama poll tax, 1901
    217. U.S. / police extortion in New York City, 1902
    218. U.S. / Kentucky railroad bonds, 1906
      1. Levi Oppenheimer
    219. U.S. / Creek Nation tribal tax, 1907
    220. U.S. / Greek community in Lewiston, Maine, 1907
    221. U.S. / Silver Lake Assembly property owners, 1908
    222. U.S. / Italian immigrants denied Second Amendment rights, 1909
    223. U.S. / socialists vs. poll taxes
      1. J.J. Keon
    224. U.S. / Joplin plumbers, 1914
    225. U.S. / Liberty Bonds in World War Ⅰ (1917–8)
      1. George Allenbach
      2. Leon Battig
      3. R.W. Benner
      4. Joseph Buechtel
      5. D.A. Cleason
      6. George, Henry, & Walter Cooprider
      7. Dan A. Diener
      8. David Fast
      9. Henry Freudenberg
      10. Gustav Gastrock
      11. L.J. Heatwole
      12. Nick Hirsch
      13. A.L. Hitchcock
      14. Henry Horst
      15. John Kramer
      16. William Kolterman
      17. Henry Lattell
      18. Louis B. Leach
      19. John S. Mast
      20. John Meints
      21. Theodore Pape
      22. Ed Payne
      23. John Radzouki
      24. Lizzie Rozitch
      25. Tony Senkis
      26. Hans Spiegel
      27. Frank Stephens
      28. C.C. Thompson
      29. Lena Turdalowitz
      30. Herman Uhlrig
      31. Michael Wisasanki
    226. U.S. / radical groups around World War Ⅰ
    227. U.S. / soft drinks tax in World War Ⅰ (1919)
    228. U.S. / Arkansas road tax (1921)
      1. Alexander MacDonald
    229. U.S. / farmers tax strike (1922)
    230. U.S. / Newly-enfranchised women in Pennsylvania (1923–7)
      1. Anna Beck
      2. Caroline Behanna
      3. Christian Landis
      4. Margaret Lytle
      5. Henrietta Moss
      6. Ella & Rhoda Rotz
      7. E.A. Webster
    231. U.S. / Chicago property tax strikes (1930–3, 1977)
      1. Lillian Cisar
      2. Leonard Hartman
      3. Milton Mueller
      4. John Morgan Pratt
      5. James Tobin
    232. U.S. / Cedar County Cow War (1931)
    233. U.S. / Elmira, New York local taxes (1933)
      1. Leon B. Keeton
    234. U.S. / New York auto tax (1933)
    235. U.S. / Arkansas sales tax (1935)
      1. Harley Stump
    236. U.S. / Alabama sales tax (1936)
    237. U.S. / Catholic War Vets in Manhattan (1938)
    238. U.S. / Coal Township, Pennsylvania (1939)
      1. George Rumberger
    239. U.S. / Pennnsylvania wage tax (1953)
    240. U.S. / D.C. statehood (1955–)
      1. Jan Eichhorn
      2. Walter E. Fauntroy
      3. Daisy Harriman
      4. Carol Schwartz
    241. U.S. / Tuscarora Nation (1959)
      1. Mad Bear Anderson
    242. U.S. / Cadillac, Michigan property tax strike (1961)
    243. U.S. / Vietnam War (~1965–75)
      1. No Tax for War Committee protest, 1967
        1. Amy & Meldon Acheson
        2. Warren Ambrose
        3. Michael J. Ames
        4. Alfred F. Andersen
        5. Ross Anderson
        6. Beulah K. Arndt
        7. Richard Baker
        8. Bruce & Pam Beck
        9. Ruth T. Best
        10. Margaret & Robert Blood
        11. Donnell Boardman
        12. Karel F. Botermans
        13. Edwin Brooks
        14. A. Dale Brothington
        15. Lydia Bruns
        16. Wendal Bull
        17. Dorothy Bucknell
        18. John Burslem
        19. Lindley J. Burton
        20. Catharine J. Cadbury
        21. Maris Cakars
        22. Phyllis & Robert Calese
        23. William N. Calloway
        24. Betty Camp
        25. Daryle V. Carter
        26. Jared & Susan Carter
        27. Ken & Peggy Champney
        28. Hank & Henry Chapin
        29. Holly Chenery
        30. Richard A. Chinn
        31. Noam Chomsky
        32. John & Judy Christian
        33. Gordon & Mary Christiansen
        34. Peter Christiansen
        35. Donald F. Cole
        36. John Augustine Cook
        37. Helen Marr Cook
        38. Jack Coolidge, Jr.
        39. Allen Cooper
        40. Martin J. Corbin
        41. Dorothy J. Cunningham
        42. Jean DaCosta
        43. Ann & William Davidon
        44. Stanley F. Davis
        45. David Dellinger
        46. Robert Dewart
        47. Ruth Dodd
        48. John M. Dolan
        49. Orin Doty
        50. Allen Duberstein
        51. Ralph Dull
        52. Malcolm Dundas
        53. Susan Eanet
        54. Bob Eaton
        55. Mark Paul Edelman
        56. John Ek
        57. Francis & Johan W. Eliot
        58. Jerry Engelbach
        59. George J. Etu, Jr.
        60. Mary C. Eubanks
        61. Jonathan Evans
        62. William E. Evans
        63. Pearl Ewald
        64. Franklin Farmer
        65. Bertha Faust
        66. Dianne M. Feeley
        67. Rice A. Felder
        68. Henry A. Felisone
        69. Mildred Fellin
        70. Glenn Fisher
        71. John Forbes
        72. Ann & Don Fortenberry
        73. Ruth Gage-Colby
        74. Lawrence H. Geller
        75. Richard Ghelli
        76. Charles Gibadlo
        77. Bruce Glushakow
        78. Arthur Goulston
        79. Thomas Grabell
        80. Steven Green
        81. Walter Grengg
        82. Joseph Gribbins
        83. Kenneth Gross
        84. John M. Grzywacz, Jr.
        85. Catherine Guertin
        86. Martha Bentley Hall
        87. Thomas C. Hall
        88. David & Jan Hartsough
        89. Janet Hawksley
        90. James P. Hayes, Jr.
        91. R.F. Helstern
        92. Norman Henry
        93. Robert Hickey
        94. Dick & Heide Hiler
        95. William Himelhoch
        96. C.J. Hinke
        97. Anthony Hinrichs
        98. William M. Hodsdon
        99. Florence Howe
        100. Donald & Mary Huck
        101. Philip Isely
        102. Michael Itkin
        103. Charles T. Jackson
        104. Arthur B. Jellis
        105. F. Robert Johnson
        106. Woodbridge O. Johnson
        107. Ashton & Marie Jones
        108. Paul Jordan
        109. Donald Kalish
        110. Louis Kampf
        111. Paul Keiser
        112. Joel C. Kent
        113. Paul & Pauline Kermiet
        114. Peter N. Kiger
        115. Richard King
        116. H.A. Kreinkamp
        117. Arthur & Margaret Landes
        118. Paul Lauter
        119. Marolyn & Peter Leach
        120. George A. & Gertrud Lear, Jr.
        121. Alan & Elin Learnard
        122. Titus Lehman
        123. Richard A. Lema
        124. Florence Levinsohn
        125. Elliot Linzer
        126. David C. Lorenz
        127. Preston B. Luitweiler
        128. Staughton Lynd
        129. Adriann van L. Maas
        130. Ben & Sue Mann
        131. Paul & Salome Mann
        132. Howard E. Marston, Sr.
        133. Helen & Martin Mayfield
        134. Lilian McFarland
        135. Felix & Maureen McGowan
        136. Maryann McNaughton
        137. Gelston McNeil
        138. Guy W. Meyer
        139. Catherine & David Miller
        140. Jonathan Mirsky
        141. James Missey
        142. Sidney Morgenbesser
        143. Mark Morris
        144. Janet Murphy
        145. Thomas P. Murray
        146. Rosemary Nagy
        147. Marilyn Neuhauser
        148. Neal D. Newby, Jr.
        149. Miriam Nicholas
        150. David Nolan
        151. Raymond S. Olds
        152. Wayne A. O’Neill
        153. Michael O’Quin
        154. Ruth Orcutt
        155. Eleanor Ostroff
        156. Doug Palmer
        157. Malcolm & Margeret Parker
        158. Michael E. Pettie
        159. John Pettigrew
        160. Lydia H. Philips
        161. Dean W. Plagowski
        162. Jefferson Poland
        163. Ralph Powell
        164. Jean Putnam
        165. Harriet Putterman
        166. Anatol Rapoport
        167. Robert Reitz
        168. Ben & Helen Reyes
        169. Elsa G. Richmond
        170. Pat Rusk
        171. Helen & Joe Ryan
        172. Paul Salstrom
        173. Ira J. Sandperl
        174. Franz Schurmann
        175. Jerry & Rae Schwartz
        176. Martin Shepard
        177. Richard T. Sherman
        178. Louis Silverstein
        179. T.W. Simer
        180. Ann B. Sims
        181. Jane Beverly Smith
        182. Linda Smith
        183. Thomas W. Smuda
        184. Bob Speck
        185. Elizabeth P. Steiner
        186. Lee D. Stern
        187. Beverly Sterner
        188. Charles H. Straut, Jr.
        189. Stephen Suffet
        190. Albert & Joyce Sunderland, Jr.
        191. Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Sutter
        192. Marjorie & Robert Swann
        193. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
        194. Katherine & Oliver Tatum
        195. Gary G. Taylor
        196. Harold Tovish
        197. Cele & Joe Tuchinsky
        198. Lloyd & Phyllis Tyler
        199. Ingegerd Uppman
        200. Margaret von Selle
        201. Evelyn Wallace
        202. Joan Ann & Wilbur Wallis
        203. Mary & William Webb
        204. Barbara Webster
        205. John K. White
        206. Willson Whitman
        207. Denny & Ida Wilcher
        208. Huw Williams
        209. Bob Wilson
        210. Emily T. Wilson
        211. Jim & Raona Wilson
        212. W.W. Wittkamper
        213. Sylvia Woog
        214. Mildred & Wilmer Young
        215. Franklin Zahn
        216. Betty & Louis Zemel
        217. Vicki Jo. Zilinkas
      2. Writers & Editors War Tax Protest, 1967
        1. Nelson Algren
        2. Walter Arnold
        3. Lew Arthur
        4. Aaron Asher
        5. Dore Ashton
        6. Eliot Asinof
        7. James Baldwin
        8. Richard Baron
        9. Thomas D. Barry
        10. Elizabeth Bartelme
        11. Gregory Battcock
        12. Sally Belfrage
        13. Francis Bello
        14. Eric Bentley
        15. Lawrence M. Bensky
        16. Albert Bermel
        17. Joyce Bermel
        18. Sidney Bernard
        19. James Best
        20. Sara Blackburn
        21. George Blake
        22. Robert Bly
        23. Florence Bonime
        24. Kay Boyle
        25. Frederic Bradlee
        26. Yanna Kroyt Brandt
        27. Saul Braun
        28. Carol Brightman
        29. Thomas R. Brooks
        30. Dan Browne
        31. Susan Brownmiller
        32. David Budbill
        33. Richard V. Carter
        34. Lois Chevalier
        35. Robert Clairborne
        36. Judith Coburn
        37. Arthur A. Cohen
        38. Hy Cohen
        39. Fred J. Cook
        40. Monica & Thomas Cornell
        41. Joseph Cunneen
        42. Guy Daniels
        43. Amy Dave
        44. Tana de Gamez
        45. Barbara Deming
        46. Philip K. Dick
        47. Digby Diehl
        48. Lawrence Dietz
        49. Stanley Diamond
        50. Shirley Dolgoff
        51. Candida Donadio
        52. Arlene Donovan
        53. Martin Duberman
        54. Lloyd Richard Ellison
        55. Richard M. Elman
        56. Joseph Felshin
        57. Lawrence Ferlinghetti
        58. W.H. Ferry
        59. David W. Fisher
        60. Harold Flender
        61. Isabel W. Fox
        62. Joseph M. Fox
        63. Jean Todd Freeman
        64. Betty Friedan
        65. Dan Georgakas
        66. Edwin Gilbert
        67. Allen Ginsberg
        68. Ralph Ginzburg
        69. Tod Gitlin
        70. Natalie Gittelson
        71. Mitchell Goodman
        72. Paul Goodman
        73. Sally Goodman
        74. Saul Gottlieb
        75. Jean Gould
        76. Dan Green
        77. Caroline Greenberg
        78. Josh Greenfeld
        79. Harold Greenwald
        80. Ronald Gross
        81. Jean Grossman
        82. Richard L. Grossman
        83. William H.Y. Hackett
        84. Richard Hammer
        85. Dianne Harris
        86. Mary Heathcote
        87. James Leo Herlihy
        88. Neil Hickey
        89. Warren Hinckle
        90. Susan Hirschmann
        91. Berenice Hoffman
        92. Len Holt
        93. Lamar Hoover
        94. John Hopper
        95. Richard Hudson
        96. Thomas Humber
        97. Will Inman
        98. Martin & Nancy Jezer
        99. Paul Jacobs
        100. Louise Kapp
        101. Peter Kemeny
        102. Edwin Kennebeck
        103. James Kirkwood
        104. Richard Kostelanetz
        105. Norman Kotker
        106. Zane Kotker
        107. Max Kozloff
        108. Barbara S. Kraft
        109. Paul Krassner
        110. Louise Lacey
        111. Keith Lampe
        112. Elinor Langer
        113. Eric Lasher
        114. Sidney Lens
        115. John Leonard
        116. Denise Levertov
        117. Janice Lloyd
        118. Louis E. Lomax
        119. Kennett Love
        120. Dick Lourie
        121. Walter Lowenfels
        122. Dwight Macdonald
        123. A. Kent MacDougall
        124. Martha MacGregor
        125. Iris Lezak MacLow
        126. Jackson MacLow
        127. Henry Magdol
        128. Norman Mailer
        129. George Mandel
        130. Richard Marek
        131. Robert Markel
        132. Charles Lam Markmann
        133. Peter Matthiessen
        134. Alice Mayhew
        135. James R. McCawley
        136. James McConkey
        137. John McDermott
        138. Harold Mehling
        139. Henry Miller
        140. Merle Miller
        141. Henry Misrock
        142. Howard R. Moody
        143. Ira Morris
        144. Kelly Morris
        145. Carl Morse
        146. Erika Munk
        147. Henry Myers
        148. Jack Nessel
        149. Jay Neugeboren
        150. Peter Nevraumont
        151. Jack Newfield
        152. Robert B. Nichols
        153. William Noble
        154. Bink Noll
        155. Robert M. Ockene
        156. Ned O’Gorman
        157. Tillie Olsen
        158. Grace Paley
        159. Adam Parry
        160. Frances Fox Piven
        161. Richard Poirier
        162. Ned Polsky
        163. Thomas Pynchon
        164. Jules Rabin
        165. Anne Reit
        166. Evan H. Rhodes
        167. Adrienne Rich
        168. Alan Rinzler
        169. Ray Robinson
        170. Frances Ross
        171. William S. Rukeyser
        172. Marshall Sahlins
        173. Faith Sale
        174. J. Kirkpatrick Sale
        175. Gertrude Samuels
        176. John P. Scanlon
        177. Gertrude P. Schafer
        178. Hal Scharlatt
        179. Richard Schechner
        180. Robert Scheer
        181. Andre Schiffrin
        182. Janet Schulman
        183. Richard Seaver
        184. David Segal
        185. Selma Shapiro
        186. Robert Sherrill
        187. Paul Showers
        188. Jules Siegel
        189. Joan Simon
        190. John Simon
        191. John J. Simon
        192. Bennett Sims
        193. Susan Sontag
        194. Peter Sourian
        195. Peter Spackman
        196. John Speicher
        197. Benjamin Spock
        198. Gloria Steinem
        199. Dorothy Sterling
        200. Philip Sterling
        201. Samuel D. Stewart
        202. Neil G. Stuart
        203. Harvey Swados
        204. Dave Swaney
        205. Hope Taylor
        206. Norman Thomas
        207. Hunter S. Thompson
        208. Caroline Trager
        209. Kurt Vonnegut
        210. Gerald Walker
        211. Greta Walker
        212. Arthur I. Waskow
        213. Sonya Weil
        214. Harold Weisberg
        215. David Welsh
        216. Ruth West
        217. Wallace White
        218. Roger Wiesenbach
        219. Judith Winkler
        220. Sol Yurick
        221. Howard Zinn
      3. Harvard University faculty, 1970
        1. Harvey Cox
        2. Herbert C. Kelman
        3. Salvador E. Luria
        4. Everett I. Mendelsohn
        5. Mark Ptashne
        6. George Wald
      4. Cornell University staff, 1970
        1. Andreas & Genia Albrecht
        2. Douglas & Marie Archibald
        3. Judy & Micharl Balch
        4. David & Eloise Blanpied
        5. Daniel Berrigan
        6. Stephen Chase
        7. John & Sandra Condry
        8. Robert Connelly
        9. Fred Cooper
        10. Jill & Vincent De Luca
        11. Douglas Dowd
        12. Daniel & Linda Finlay
        13. Bill & Maggie Goldsmith
        14. Louise & Neil Hertz
        15. Carol & Tom Hill
        16. Carol & David Jasnow
        17. Jack Kiefer
        18. Jack & Mary Lewis
        19. David Marr
        20. James & Jean Matlack
        21. Chandler & Katrina Morse
        22. Reeve Parker
        23. George & Julie Rinehart
        24. Jane & Walter Slatoff
        25. Eve & Michael Stocker
        26. David Stroud
        27. Marilyn & Moss Sweedler
        28. Andrea & Winthrop Wetherbee
      5. Mary E. Austin
      6. Joan Baez
      7. Victor H. Balke
      8. David Bray
      9. Dave Brey
      10. Leslie Brockelbank
      11. Mark Brockley
      12. Angela & Robert Calvert
      13. Francis J. Costello
      14. Arnold Cuba
      15. Diane di Prima
      16. Ruth W. Fales
      17. John H. Ginaven
      18. David Gracie
      19. Charles Gray
      20. Jane Hart
      21. Justine Heavilon
      22. James S. Henry
      23. Irving Hogan
      24. Natalie P. Kent
      25. Douglas Kenyon
      26. Carl Kukkonen
      27. John Leininger
      28. Barbara & Howard W. Lull
      29. Helen Merrell Lynd
      30. Jack Malinowski
      31. Carol L. Marks
      32. Chuck Matthei
      33. David McReynolds
      34. Carole Nelson
      35. Bonnie Parker
      36. Carroll C. Pratt
      37. Michael Robinson
      38. Ed Rosenthal
      39. Jim Shea
      40. Robert M. Smith
      41. Addie & Paul Snyder
      42. DeCourecy Squires
      43. E. Russell Stabler
      44. Robert H. Staley
      45. Lyle Stuart
      46. Anne Tapper
      47. Martha Tranquilli
      48. John M. Vickers
      49. Ted Webster
      50. Eric Weinberger
      51. William Whitman
    244. U.S. / Norwalk Taxpayers League (1972)
    245. U.S. / Castine school tax revolt (1975)
    246. U.S. / boat owners (1991)
    247. U.S. / Seneca sales tax resistance (1992)
    248. U.S. / West End Home Assurance Value tax (2002–4)
      1. Eddy Lang
    249. U.S. / “Don’t Buy Bush’s War” (2007–8)
      1. lists of quotes from participants
      2. Liz Aaronsohn
      3. Kristine Abney
      4. Renata Ahmed
      5. Celia Alario
      6. Stephan Maddy Altschul
      7. Amejo Amyot
      8. Leo Anderson
      9. Krystal Ansley
      10. Gina Arcuri
      11. Mary Atkins
      12. Suzia Aufderheide
      13. Marcia Bailey
      14. Alby Baker
      15. Stacy Bannerman
      16. Elizabeth Barger
      17. Nan Barnard-Jorgensen
      18. Tighe Barry
      19. Carol Bayard
      20. Khris Beliveau
      21. Reich Benasutti
      22. Connie Bergen
      23. Friend Bernstein
      24. Diane Birmingham
      25. Tanya Boone-Alva
      26. Karen Boyer
      27. Richard Brinton
      28. Todd Brooks
      29. Brenda Brown
      30. Daniel Bryan
      31. Valerie Burkman
      32. Linsay Roussou Burnett
      33. Friend Burton
      34. David Busch
      35. Chris Caldwell
      36. Laura Carlson
      37. Mathilda Cassidy
      38. Claire CdeBaca
      39. Jennifer Chacon
      40. Claire Chang
      41. Brian Ciesko
      42. Joseph Colgan
      43. Christopher Constantin
      44. Marilyn Cornwell
      45. Jesse Crumb
      46. Katina Cummings
      47. Rebecca Cummings
      48. Sara Crawford
      49. Barbara & Jim Dale
      50. Jason Dalldorf
      51. Michael DeBenedictis
      52. Shawn DeFrance
      53. Theadora de Soyza
      54. Gregory Dicum
      55. Matt Dinsmore
      56. Duncan Dow
      57. Joseph Durocher
      58. Paul Eagle
      59. Sarah Ealey
      60. Susan Eleuterio
      61. Robert Elliott
      62. Joy Ellison
      63. Mike Ellison
      64. Wendy Emrich
      65. Jodie Evans
      66. Thomas Fatone
      67. Linda Fecher
      68. Kyle Finch
      69. Patricia Foulkrod
      70. Mary Francis
      71. Amelia Free
      72. Frank Gehry
      73. Erin Genia
      74. Nancy Gilbertson
      75. Emery Goff
      76. Thomas Gokey
      77. Hal Goldfarb
      78. Herb Gonzales, Jr.
      79. Lyn Gottschalk
      80. Joni Goodale
      81. Kris Graham
      82. Karen Gray
      83. Maricela Guzman
      84. Nicki Hansen-Dix
      85. Zack Harrison
      86. Kitty Hartford
      87. Nathan Hartle
      88. Diane Haugesag
      89. Randy Hayes
      90. Jack Heller
      91. Wendy Hershey
      92. Robert Huddleston
      93. Steven Humes
      94. Kathy Ingallinera
      95. Carolyn Israel
      96. Joseph Italiano
      97. Kathleen Jackson
      98. Nancy Jakubiak
      99. Susan Janes
      100. Joseph Janssen
      101. Friend Johnson
      102. Scott Johnston
      103. Beatice Kay Jones
      104. Zanne Joy
      105. Greg Junell
      106. Maria Kanaan
      107. Ruth Kastner
      108. Maicol Kelee
      109. June Forsyth Kenagy
      110. Lakshmi Kerner
      111. Rayeanne King
      112. Jeff Kipilman
      113. Suzanne Knoll
      114. Kathy Labriola
      115. Mark Landau
      116. Louise Legun
      117. James LeJeune
      118. Emily Levy
      119. Shiara Lightfoot
      120. James Limbach
      121. Margie Lindsey
      122. David Lubeck
      123. Deidra Lynch
      124. Scot Macinnis
      125. Yaney MacIver
      126. Chris Magda
      127. Laura Martin
      128. Jennifer Suzanne Martino
      129. AnnaMaria Mauhs
      130. Kim Maynard
      131. Eli Sasaran McCarthy
      132. Cliff McCutchen
      133. Judy McDonald
      134. Marla McDonald
      135. Mary Jane McElrath
      136. Bert McKinley
      137. Ann Meany
      138. Sol Metz
      139. Bridget Miller
      140. Julie Morgan
      141. Ahmad Morrar
      142. Elizabeth Morrison
      143. Marcus Mosbacker
      144. Ranney Moss
      145. Tara Mulqueen
      146. Ameeta Nanji
      147. Susan Nash
      148. Saren Nelson
      149. Lee Newman
      150. Ted Newsome
      151. Vicki Noble
      152. Gregg Noblett
      153. Bethany Norris
      154. Kossia Orloff
      155. Meg Palley
      156. Cynthia Papermaster
      157. Sharon Parshall
      158. Avi Peterson
      159. Susan Peuler
      160. Laban Pheidas
      161. John Phillips
      162. Leslie Provatas
      163. Eric Rechel
      164. Friend Reynolds
      165. Mazda Riazi
      166. Tina Richards
      167. Jamie Romano
      168. John G. Root, Jr.
      169. Ruthe Rugh
      170. Julio Sandoval
      171. Steve Savitch
      172. Christopher Schaedler
      173. Cheryl Schimenti
      174. Matthew Schmidt
      175. Sandee Scott
      176. Alan Scouten
      177. Laila Selk
      178. Christopher Senn
      179. Jacques Seronde
      180. Nabil Shaban
      181. Randall Shields
      182. Michelle Shocked
      183. Claire Simpson
      184. Jo Sippie-Gora
      185. Donny Smartmouth
      186. Jill Sobule
      187. Cynthia Stokes-Adam
      188. Mary E. Stone
      189. Kathy Stroud
      190. Greg Sullivan
      191. Heli Taylor
      192. Sandra Taylor
      193. Craig Teichen
      194. Aileen Terra
      195. Allen Thibault
      196. Susan Thorpe
      197. Chris Torri
      198. Phyllis Townley
      199. Anais Tuepker
      200. Nina Rothschild Utne
      201. Nat Vance
      202. Bret Vanderberg
      203. Becky Van Meter
      204. Wind Vogel
      205. Carol Wald
      206. Pat Walker
      207. Kathy Walsh
      208. Marion Ward
      209. Valory Warncke
      210. Janet Weil
      211. Kaye Werner
      212. Patrick West
      213. Suzanne Wheatley
      214. Elizabeth Whitmore
      215. Den Mark Wichar
      216. Kathleen Wolfe
      217. Roger Wood
      218. Tim Wood
      219. Kimberly Wyke
      220. Shizuno Wynkop
      221. Linda York
      222. Michael Zargarov
    250. U.S. / “Pledge for Peace,” Christian Peace Witness for Iraq (2008)
    251. U.S. / Luzerne County, Pennsylvania (2010)
      1. Fred Heller
    252. U.S. / Michigan bar owners (2011)
    253. U.S. / “Swipe Back” against New York City fare hikes (2013)
    254. Venezuela / political opposition in 2003
      1. Belkis Soto
    255. Venezuela / Carabobo in 2010?
    256. Venezuela / transit operators in 2010
    257. Venezuela / 2014 protest movement
    258. Wales / Rebecca riots (1839–44)
      1. Lewis Griffiths
      2. John Harris
      3. David Howells
      4. Thomas Howells
      5. Hugh Williams
    259. Wales / miners against income tax in 1919
    260. Zimbabwe / democracy movement in 2000
    261. Zimbabwe / democracy movement in 2013
    262. women’s suffrage movements
      1. American women’s suffrage movement
        1. Mary S. Anthony
        2. Susan B. Anthony
        3. Anna Baskin
        4. Lou J.C. Daniels
        5. Marietta Flagg
        6. Abby Kelley Foster
        7. Lydia Hasbrouck
        8. Virginia L. Minor
        9. Ellen C. Sargent
        10. Anna Howard (Annie) Shaw
        11. Abby & Julia Smith
        12. E. Oakes Smith
        13. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
        14. Lucy Stone
        15. Ellen Van Valkenburg
        16. Sarah E. Wall
        17. J.S. Weeden
      2. Bermuda’s women’s suffrage movement
        1. Mrs. St. George Butterfield
        2. Mrs. Thomas Childs
        3. May Hutchings
        4. Jennie Cheesborough Lightbourne
        5. Mrs. Henry Lockward
        6. Gladys Misick Morrell
        7. Henrietta Tucker
      3. British women’s suffrage movement
        1. Alice Abadam
        2. Janie Allan
        3. Mary Anderson
        4. Constance E. Andrews
        5. Helen Alexander Archdale
        6. Rhoda Anstey
        7. Lena Ashwell
        8. Phyllis Ayrtin
        9. Charlotte Babb
        10. Mrs. Bacon
        11. Miss Ball
        12. Sarah Benett
        13. Teresa Billington-Greig
        14. C. Nina Boyle
        15. Bertha Brewster
        16. Myra Eleanor Sadd Brown
        17. Janet Legate Bunten
        18. Alice M. Burn
        19. Grace Cadell
        20. Mr. Carlin
        21. Miss Carson
        22. Adeline Cecil Chapman
        23. Mr. & Mrs. Roger Clark
        24. Mary McLeod Cleeves
        25. Anne (& Mr.) Cobden Sanderson
        26. Adela & Stanton Coit
        27. Constance Collier
        28. Mrs. Colquhoun
        29. Matilda Cubley
        30. Miss Cummin[s]
        31. Marion Cunningham
        32. Marie Dawson
        33. Charlotte Despard
        34. Gertrude Eaton
        35. Frances Ede
        36. Elizabeth Clarke Wolstenholme Elmy
        37. Mrs. Louis Fagan
        38. Mary Sargant Florence
        39. Mrs. Francis
        40. Mrs. Fyffe
        41. Miss Gibbs
        42. Miss Gilliat
        43. Captain Gonne
        44. Miss Green
        45. Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Hall
        46. Mr. & Mrs. F.N. Hall
        47. Mrs. Douglas Hameton
        48. Florence Gardiner Hamilton
        49. Helen Hanson
        50. Mabel Hardie
        51. Mary Hare
        52. Beatrice Harraden
        53. Isabella Eliza Harrison
        54. Mrs. Hartley
        55. Kate Harvey
        56. Miss Hayes
        57. Katherine Heanley
        58. Miss (Lilian? Amy?) Hicks
        59. Amy Hicks
        60. Lilian Hicks
        61. Kate Raven & Winifred Holiday
        62. Clemence & Laurence Housman
        63. Miss Howes
        64. Edith Hulme
        65. Marianne Clarendon Hyde
        66. Rose Hyland
        67. Miss James
        68. Fleming Williams
        69. Mrs. Jones-Williams
        70. Emily Juson Kerr
        71. J. Kirtlan
        72. Elizabeth Knight
        73. Miss Koll
        74. Marie Lawson
        75. H. Lane
        76. Pethick Laurence
        77. Clara Lee
        78. Miss Lees
        79. Edith Kate Lelacheur
        80. Octavia Lewin
        81. Miss Manuelle
        82. Isabel Hampden Margesson
        83. Edith How Martyn
        84. Muriel Matters
        85. Merrivale Mayer
        86. Miss McGregor
        87. Marion McKenzie
        88. Agnes Edith Metcalfe
        89. Ina Moncrieff
        90. Dora Montefiore
        91. Decima Moore
        92. Honnor Morten
        93. Mrs. Muir
        94. Henrietta Müller
        95. Anna Munro
        96. Jessie Murray
        97. Alison Neilans
        98. Dorinda Neligan
        99. Margaret Wynne Nevinson
        100. Mrs. O’Sullivan
        101. Emmeline Pankhurst
        102. Margaret Kineton Parkes
        103. Winifred Patch
        104. Charlotte Payne-Townshend
        105. Mrs. Portrey
        106. Lila Pratt
        107. Louisa Thompson Price
        108. Miss Pridden
        109. Anna Maria & Mary Priestman
        110. Ethel Ayres Purdie
        111. Kate Raleigh
        112. Mr. & Mrs. Richards
        113. Adeline Roberts
        114. Maud F. Roll
        115. Miss Rose
        116. Mary Russell
        117. Ethel Sargent
        118. Mrs. Scott
        119. Evelyn Sharp
        120. George Bernard Shaw
        121. Amy Sheppard
        122. Sophia Alexandria Duleep Singh
        123. Miss & Mrs. Skipwith
        124. Mrs. Sky
        125. Helen Smith
        126. Ethel Snowden
        127. Emma & Frank Sproson
        128. Barbara Joanna Steel
        129. Flora Annie Steele
        130. Isabelle Stewart
        131. Mary Sutcliffe
        132. Miss Symons
        133. Miss Thomas
        134. Mrs. Beaumont Thomas
        135. Isabel Tippett
        136. Mrs. Tollemache
        137. L.E. Turquand
        138. Mrs. Tyson
        139. Florence A. Underwood
        140. Alice M. Walters
        141. Miss Weir
        142. Elizabeth & Mark Wilks
        143. Miss Wratislaw
        144. Edith Zangwill
      4. France’s women’s suffrage movement
        1. Hubertine Auclert
        2. Suzanne Noël
      5. South Africa’s women’s suffrage movement
    263. general history of tax resistance
    264. religious groups and the religious perspective
      1. miscellaneous Christian perspectives
      2. tax status of churches in U.S.
      3. how do secular attitudes compare?
      4. Robert McGee’s cross-cultural studies
      5. A New Call to Peacemaking
      6. Church of the Brethren
      7. Catholic churches
      8. Catholic Worker movement
      9. Indianapolis Baptist Temple
      10. Central Conference of American Rabbis
      11. United Methodist Church
      12. Hutterites
      13. Mennonites / Amish
        1. Stan Bohn
        2. Andy M. Byler
        3. Valentine Byler
        4. Bruce Chrisman
        5. Esther Epp-Tiessen
        6. Marian Franz
        7. Berry Friesen
        8. Susan Gascho-Cooke
        9. Ray Gingerich
        10. Timothy Godshall
        11. Pat Hostetter Martin
        12. Charlie Hurst
        13. Don Kaufman
        14. Paul Leatherman
        15. Cornelia Lehn
        16. Albert & Mary Ellen Meyer
        17. Susan Miller (Balzer)
        18. Ken Nagele
        19. Weldon Nisly
        20. Linda & Titus Gehman Peachey
        21. Harold A. Penner
        22. Steve Ratzlaff
        23. Maria Smith
        24. Janet & John K. Stoner
        25. Mary & Willard Swartley
        26. Andrew Ziegler
        27. Mary Ann Zoeller
      14. Quakers
        1. 17th century Quakers
          1. Richard Addams
          2. Robert Atkinson
          3. Samuel Atlee
          4. William Austell
          5. Sarah Bagg
          6. Robert Barclay
          7. Thomas Barker
          8. Anne Bax
          9. Edward Bealing
          10. Roger & William Beck
          11. Arthur Bewes
          12. William Bond
          13. Richard Bonwick
          14. Richard Bowley
          15. Daniel Bunce
          16. William Bundy
          17. John Burgess
          18. Richard Byer
          19. Thomas Callowhill
          20. Robert Chalkley
          21. William Chamberlain
          22. Jeremiah Clarke
          23. Thomas Cobb
          24. Arthur Condon
          25. John Cooke
          26. William Davis
          27. John Dew
          28. Henry Doggett
          29. Amariah Drewett
          30. John Eaves
          31. William Ellis
          32. Edward Erberry
          33. Philip Ford
          34. Thomas Frith
          35. John Furly
          36. Richard Geldart
          37. William Gill
          38. Thomas Gouchman
          39. Thomas Graham
          40. Samuel Hancock
          41. Stephen Handcock
          42. John Hewett
          43. Samuel Hill
          44. David Hitchins
          45. James Hogg
          46. William Holland
          47. Henry Howland
          48. Christopher Jacobs
          49. William Jenkins
          50. Ralph Johnson
          51. Richard Jordan
          52. Thomas Lacey
          53. John Light
          54. Thomas Luxford
          55. John Marlow
          56. John Marshall
          57. Simon Marshall
          58. Thomas Mincks
          59. Philip Oyles
          60. John Pantling
          61. Johnathan Phelps
          62. John Pike
          63. Thomas Powel
          64. John Price
          65. Henry Prows
          66. Daniel Quare
          67. Nicholas Raw
          68. Stephen Richards
          69. John Richardson
          70. Adam Robinson
          71. John Robinson
          72. Richard Robinson
          73. John Scantlebury
          74. John Stokes
          75. Elizabeth Streater
          76. Samuel Taylor
          77. James Tennant
          78. John Thusstone
          79. John Tregellis
          80. Richard Tregennow
          81. William Valler
          82. John Vaughton
          83. Mrs. John Watson
          84. Thomas West
          85. Joseph Wilkinson
          86. Samuel Wilkinson
          87. Thomas Witehel
          88. Thomas Witham
        2. 18th century Quakers
          1. John A[i]kin
          2. Samuel Allinson
          3. Joseph Anthony
          4. Benjamin Barney, Jr.
          5. Ebenezer Beaman
          6. Anthony Benezet
          7. Samuel Bownas
          8. Daniel Bowne
          9. John Bowne
          10. Willet Bowne
          11. Moses Brown
          12. Benjamin Buffington
          13. William Buffum
          14. John Burling
          15. John Churchman
          16. George Comstock
          17. David Cooper
          18. James & Paul Cooper
          19. John Cowgill
          20. Paul Cuffee
          21. Timothy Davis
          22. Abraham Dow
          23. Joshua Evans
          24. Jonathan Farnum
          25. Abraham Farrington
          26. John Farrington
          27. Ann Field
          28. Samuel Fothergill
          29. Benjamin Franklin
          30. Joshua Fulsom
          31. Isaac Grey
          32. “College” Tom Hazard
          33. Richard Hill
          34. Luke Howard
          35. John Hunt
          36. Samme Hunt
          37. Hermon Husband
          38. Griffith John
          39. John Lawrence
          40. Hannah Lindley (Miller)
          41. Jacob Lindley
          42. James Logan
          43. Thomas Macamore
          44. Isaac Martin
          45. Benjamin Mason
          46. Oliver Matthews
          47. Warner Mifflin
          48. James Mott
          49. Daniel Newhall
          50. Thomas Parvin
          51. Henry Paxson
          52. John “Pacificus” Payne
          53. Mary Peisley
          54. James Pemberton
          55. John Pemberton
          56. Philalethes
          57. Robert Pleasants
          58. John Richardson
          59. Thomas Scattergood
          60. Job Scott
          61. John Sisson
          62. John Smith
          63. Thomas Story
          64. James Thorington
          65. Isaac Underhill
          66. Nicholas Waln
          67. Thomas Watson
          68. Joseph Whitall
          69. Thomas Wilkinson
          70. Abner Woolman
          71. John Woolman
          72. Eli Yarnall
          73. Isaac Zane
        3. 19th century Quakers
          1. 1819 Maine constitutional convention
          2. 1821 New York constitutional convention
          3. 1837 Pennsylvania constitutional convention
          4. “White Quakers”
            1. Abigail Beale
            2. Maria Gee
            3. Joshua Jacob
            4. Mary Jacob
            5. Samuel Jacob
            6. Elizabeth Pim
            7. Anne Thacker
          5. Lloyd Balderston
          6. Cyrus & Nathan Barker
          7. Benjamin Bates
          8. Ann Branson
          9. Asa Branson
          10. James B. Bruff
          11. David Conrow
          12. Thomas P. Cope
          13. Isham Cox
          14. Jonathan Evans
          15. William Evans
          16. Gideon Frost
          17. John Gardner
          18. Nathan Hall
          19. Richard Hall
          20. Rufus Hall
          21. Benjamin Hallowell
          22. Edward Hicks
          23. Elias Hicks
          24. Jacob (Amos?) & Thomas Hinshaw
          25. Joseph Hobson
          26. Himelius, Jesse, & William Hockett
          27. David Irish
          28. Howard M. Jenkins
          29. Enoch Lewis
          30. Thomas Luscombe
          31. Joshua Maule
          32. Nathan Mendenhall
          33. Joseph Metford
          34. Joseph G. Miller
          35. Nathaniel Morgan
          36. Israel W. Morris
          37. Pacificus
          38. Samuel Parsons
          39. Cyrus G. Pringle
          40. Samuel Rhoads
          41. Nathaniel Richardson
          42. Joseph Snowdon
          43. Thomas Stewardson
          44. Nathan Swift
          45. Joseph M. Truman, Jr.
          46. Tilghman Vestal
          47. Albert, Edward, & Ernest Voisin
          48. James E. Whipple
          49. Zerah C. Whipple
          50. William Williams
        4. 20th–21st century Quakers
          1. Friends Journal
          2. the American Friends Service Committee
          3. the Monteverde settlement
            1. Marvin Rockwell
          4. Priscilla Adams
          5. Nancy Alach
          6. Vickie Aldrich
          7. Alfred & Connie Andersen
          8. Stephen Leroy Angell, Jr.
          9. Cushman Anthony
          10. Robert Anthony
          11. Donald Ary
          12. William Ashworth
          13. Bruce Baechler
          14. Dan Balderston
          15. Merrill Hallowell Barnebey
          16. David & Miyoki Inouye Bassett
          17. Colin W. Bell
          18. Tor J.S. Bejnar
          19. Sharon Bienert
          20. Elizabeth Blaser
          21. Elizabeth Boardman
          22. Darrell Bluhm
          23. Beatrice & Cornelis Boeke
          24. Margaret (Meg) Bownan
          25. Jens & Spee Braun
          26. Constance P. Brown
          27. Edith Carlton & Gordon Mervin Browne
          28. Sally Buckley
          29. Mary Bye
          30. Leonard Cadwallader
          31. Jack Cady
          32. Samuel Caldwell
          33. Elizabeth Campuzano
          34. Lucy Perkins Carner
          35. Thomas L. Carter
          36. Richard Ralston Catlett
          37. Howard & Paula Cell
          38. Susan B. Chambers
          39. Kyle Chandler-Isacksen
          40. Lucy & Sheldon Clark
          41. Lorraine Ketchum Cleveland
          42. Linda Coffin
          43. Wallace T. Collett
          44. Clarissa & Samuel Cooper
          45. Sara P. Cory
          46. Elaine J. Crauder
          47. Elaine Craudereff
          48. Scott Crom
          49. Lily Dalke
          50. J.H. Davenport
          51. Vinton Deming
          52. Carole Hope Depp
          53. Meg Dickinson
          54. Roberta Dickinson
          55. Robert E. Dickinson
          56. Dan & Marion Dobbert
          57. Marian Dockhorn
          58. Robert & Roma Dockhorn
          59. Alura & Donald Dodd
          60. Stephanie Kennedy
          61. Jenny Duskey
          62. Alan (Allyn? Allan?) Eccleston
          63. John R. Ewbank
          64. Lissa Field
          65. Katherine Fisher
          66. Jim Forest
          67. Charles H. Fox
          68. Susan Furry
          69. Newton Garver
          70. Peter Goldberger
          71. Abram Bresel Goldstein
          72. Bruce & Ruth Graves
          73. David Green
          74. Naomi Paz Greenberg
          75. Louise Benckenstein Griffiths
          76. Stephen M. Gulick
          77. Lois Mae Handsaker
          78. Marlies Harper
          79. Robin Harper
          80. Barbara Harrison
          81. Ruth Larson Hatcher
          82. William F. “Bill” Hayden
          83. Errol Hess
          84. Joan Hewitt
          85. William Himmelbauer
          86. Irving Hollingshead
          87. Paul Hood
          88. Nadine Hoover
          89. Chuck Hosking
          90. Barbara C. & David D. Houghton
          91. Mary Barclay Howarth
          92. Jeff Hunn
          93. Susumu Ishitani
          94. Daniel Jenkins
          95. Charles Johnson
          96. Cynthia & Richard Johnson
          97. Louis E. Jones
          98. Mark Judkins
          99. Sue Kinchy
          100. Lee Maria Kleiss
          101. Carl Kline
          102. Trudy Knowles
          103. Larry & Lisa Kuenning
          104. George Lakey
          105. Kent R. Larrabee
          106. Steve Leeds
          107. Sam Legg
          108. George Levinger
          109. Walter Ludwig
          110. Dan Lundquist
          111. Craig MacDonald
          112. Duane Magill
          113. Glenn S. Mallison
          114. Joe Marinello
          115. Jeannette Marquardt
          116. Elizabeth & Frank Massey
          117. John L.P. Maynard
          118. Mary Caroline Mendenhall
          119. Dan Merritt
          120. Mary Mikesell
          121. Grace Montgomery
          122. Anne & Tom Moore
          123. Chris Moore-Backman
          124. Albert E. Moorman
          125. Anne & Norman Morrison
          126. Jeremy Hardin Mott
          127. Virginia Snow Mountain
          128. Marjorie Nelson
          129. Ben Norris
          130. Joseph Olejak
          131. Rosa Packard
          132. Ruth Hyde Paine
          133. Jane Palmer
          134. Jill Penberthy
          135. Finley Perry
          136. Charles Purvis
          137. Viola Evelyn Purvis
          138. Bill Ramsey
          139. Ellis Rece
          140. Karen A. Reixach
          141. Barbara Reynolds
          142. Ben Richmond
          143. Mark Riley
          144. Mildred Teusler Ringwalt
          145. Paula Rogge
          146. Harrison & Marilyn Roper
          147. John J. & Louise Runnings
          148. Bob Runyan
          149. Robert Schultz
          150. Lloyd C. Shank
          151. Paul Sheldon
          152. David Shen
          153. Roland Smith
          154. Lyle & Sue Snider
          155. Dorothy & Edward Snyder
          156. Merry Stanford
          157. Carolyn Stevens
          158. William D. “Bill” Strong
          159. Kingdon Swayne
          160. Bill & Fran Taber
          161. Robert Tatman
          162. Mildred Thierman
          163. Jennifer S. Tiffany
          164. Mary Timberlake
          165. Keith Tingle
          166. Sebrina Tingley
          167. Geoff Tischbein
          168. Perry E. Treadwell
          169. Brinton Turkle
          170. Robert Turner
          171. Samuel R. Tyson
          172. Carol & Jack Urner
          173. Beth & Joe Volk
          174. Charles C. Walker
          175. Dorothy Ann Ware
          176. George Watson
          177. Austin Wattles
          178. Eleanor Brooks Webb
          179. Silas Weeks
          180. Lloyd Lee Wilson
          181. Arthur & Ursula Windsor
          182. Philip Dudley Woodbridge
          183. Franklin Zahn
          184. David Zarembka
      15. Restored Israel of Yahweh
        1. Inge Donato
        2. Joseph Donato
        3. Kevin McKee
      16. British Nonconformists
        1. 17th Century Quakers
        2. 17th Century Scottish Presbyterians
          1. Gavin Maclymont
          2. Gilbert M‘Meiken
          3. James Renwick
        3. 18th Century American colonists
          1. Philip Tabor
        4. 19th Century Scottish Annuity Tax resisters
          1. Mr. Adair
          2. John Brown
          3. William Brown
          4. William Dick
          5. Mr. Dunn
          6. Mr. Fairbain
          7. James Georgeson
          8. Mr. Hope
          9. Mr. Hunter
          10. Mr. McLaren
          11. Thomas Menzies
          12. James Millar
          13. Mr. Musgrove
          14. Daniel O’Connel
          15. “Widow” Pringle
          16. Thomas Russell
          17. Mr. Stewart
          18. Baillie Stott
          19. William Tait
        5. 19th Century Irish Tithe War and other Catholic tax resistance
          1. James Warren Doyle
        6. 19th Century Vicars’ Rate resisters
          1. William Henry Clay
          2. William Brook
          3. Enoch Mellor
          4. Thomas Ormerod
        7. Other 19th Century British nonconformists and tithe resisters
          1. William Clemes
          2. John Thorogood
          3. John Edey, Ricuinn, William, and Andrew Kingston Veale
        8. Early 20th Century resistance to publicly-funded sectarian schools
          1. Charles F. Aked
          2. R.J. Campbell
          3. John Clifford
          4. R.W. Farquhar
          5. S.J. Ford
          6. E.H. Gaston
          7. Josiah Godley
          8. Charles Grundy
          9. Frederick B. Meyer
          10. R.W. Perks
          11. Thomas Watson
      17. What Would Jesus Do? (render unto Cæsar?)
    265. American conservative arguments for tax resistance
      1. Olen R. Adams
      2. John F. Andrews
      3. Leslie W. Bailey
      4. Glenn Beck
      5. Ralph Bly
      6. Julius W. Butler
      7. Mary D. Cain
      8. Vincent DePanfilis
      9. Greg Dixon
      10. Thomas Gaskins
      11. Vivien Kellems
      12. Rose Wilder Lane
      13. J. Bracken Lee
      14. Lucille Miller
      15. Craig T. Nelson
      16. Howard G. Pennington
      17. Fred Perkins
      18. Irene Whetstone
      19. “Texas housewives” (U.S., 1950s)
        1. Carolyn Abney
        2. Jennie Abney
        3. Eleana Bradford
        4. Celeste Clemons
        5. Winnifred Furrh
        6. Mary Hicks
        7. R.B. Lothrop
        8. Dorothy Martin
        9. Rubye Pelz
        10. Joy Quinn
        11. Etheldra Spangler
      20. TEA Party phenomenon
    266. anti-abortion arguments for tax resistance
      1. Victor H. Balke
      2. Jerry DePyper
      3. David Little
    267. tax resistance for same-sex marriage
      1. John Bisceglia
      2. Melissa Etheridge
      3. Charles Merrill / Kevin Boyle
  7. Miscellanous tax resisters
    1. individual war tax resisters
      1. Ed Agro
      2. Pam Allee
      3. Jim Allen
      4. Daniel Anthony
      5. Anna Aschenbach
      6. Andrea Ayvazian
      7. Bob Bady
      8. Laura Baran
      9. Hugh & Sirkka Barbour
      10. Lori Barg
      11. Sue Barnhart
      12. Larry Bassett
      13. Martin Bates
      14. Randy Belmont
      15. Ruth Benn
      16. Thaddeus Bennett
      17. Seth Berner
      18. David Berrian
      19. Tamiko Beyer
      20. Pam Beziat
      21. Harriet Bicksler
      22. Pat Blackburn
      23. Jim Bouman
      24. Sylvia Boyes
      25. Henry Braun
      26. Josef Brinckmann
      27. Steven Broil
      28. Kenneth & Viona Brown
      29. Dennis Brutus
      30. Kristin Buchholz
      31. Robert Burrowes
      32. Mike Butler
      33. Karen Button
      34. Martha Cain
      35. Carol Campain
      36. Charles Carney
      37. Carter
      38. William Cate
      39. Pierre Cérésole
      40. John Chisholm
      41. Ashby Chowder
      42. Shane Claiborne
      43. Ruth Clark
      44. Abbie Coburn
      45. Felice & Jack Cohen-Joppa
      46. Nicholas Collins
      47. Carol Coney
      48. Mimi Copp
      49. Tom Cordaro
      50. Betsy Corner
      51. Chris Coverdale
      52. Bethany Criss
      53. Sherill Crosby
      54. Thad Crouch
      55. Frances Crowe
      56. Susan Cundiff
      57. Tamara Cushway
      58. Dennis Dalton
      59. Larry Dansinger
      60. Jesse Davis
      61. Cathy Deppe
      62. Frederick Dettmer
      63. Alfredo Díaz Bustos
      64. Frank Donnelly
      65. Ralph Dowdy
      66. Maia Duerr
      67. Bill & Genie Durland
      68. Donald Ealy
      69. Fred Ecks
      70. Gary Erb
      71. Aaron Falbel
      72. Bryan Farrell
      73. Mike Ferner
      74. Mary Ann Fiske
      75. Cynthia Foster
      76. Erin Freed
      77. Aanya Adler Friess
      78. Alexander Gaguine
      79. Julie Garber
      80. Kima Garrison
      81. Chris Gaunt
      82. Terry Gilliam
      83. Ken & Noreen Gingerich
      84. William Giunta
      85. Bill Glassmire
      86. Lee Gough
      87. Martha Graber
      88. Elizabeth Gravalos
      89. John Grueschow
      90. Ed Guinan
      91. Thomas Gumbleton
      92. Gary & Nancy Guthrie
      93. George Haeseler
      94. John Hammar
      95. Peter Haney
      96. Clark Hanjian
      97. Jim Hannah
      98. Clare Hanrahan
      99. Dorothy Hansen
      100. Larry Harper
      101. Rebekah Hassler
      102. Tana Hastings
      103. Ed Hedemann
      104. Chris Hedges
      105. J.M. Henrietta
      106. Jack Herbert
      107. Peter Herby
      108. John Lowell Heywood
      109. Janet Hicks
      110. Julia “Butterfly” Hill
      111. Brenda Hillman
      112. Steev Hise
      113. Connie Hogarth
      114. Mary Ann C. Holtz
      115. Ben & Janine Martin Horst
      116. Geoff Huggins
      117. Ethan & Sarah Hughes
      118. Robert Hull
      119. Raymond Hunthausen
      120. Ann Huntwork
      121. Oliver Hydon
      122. Mary “Irv” Irvine
      123. Bob Irwin
      124. Michael Izbicki
      125. Dennis Jacobsen
      126. Melissa Jameson
      127. Donna Johnson
      128. Xan Joi
      129. Joanna Karl
      130. Barb Kass
      131. Ellen Kaye
      132. Patrick Keaney
      133. John Kefalas
      134. Randy Kehler
      135. Kathy Kelly
      136. Scott Kennedy
      137. Dave Keniston
      138. Esther Kisamore
      139. Jon Klein
      140. Joshua Klein
      141. Katherine Kohrman
      142. Laurie Konwinski
      143. Eileen Kreutz
      144. Marilyn Langlois
      145. Jason Laning
      146. Ellen Lankhorst
      147. Henry Lappen
      148. Linda Leehman
      149. Hedley Lester
      150. Kathy Levine
      151. Ian Henry Leys
      152. Eileen Liddy
      153. John Lindsay-Poland
      154. Charlie Liteky
      155. Alice Liu
      156. Mary Loehr
      157. Dee Logan
      158. Carl “Skip” Lundborg
      159. R.J. Macani
      160. Doug & Maureen Mackenzie
      161. Steve Magin
      162. Joe Maizlish
      163. Suzanne & Tom Makarewicz
      164. Jon Marley
      165. Amy Martyn
      166. Sallie Marx
      167. Karen Marysdaughter
      168. Scott McCandless
      169. Emmanuel Charles McCarthy
      170. Michael McCarthy
      171. Peg McIntyre
      172. Ruth McKay
      173. Kristen McKee
      174. Andy McKenna
      175. J.E. McNeil
      176. Richard McSorley
      177. Bob Meola
      178. Vicki Metcalf
      179. “Meteor Blades”
      180. Pete Meyers
      181. Glen Milner
      182. George Mizo
      183. Jack Moe
      184. George Monk
      185. Paul Monsky
      186. Carol Moore
      187. Michael C. Moore
      188. Pat Morse
      189. Susan Morse
      190. Peg Morton
      191. Eric Muller
      192. George Mummert
      193. Chad Murdock
      194. Duncan Murphy
      195. Bryan Nelson
      196. Martin Newell
      197. Rod Nippert
      198. Mildred Norman (Peace Pilgrim)
      199. Purusha Obluda
      200. Kenneth O’Keefe
      201. Samantha Olden
      202. Jack O’Malley
      203. Brad Ott
      204. Marcus Page
      205. Mike Palecek
      206. Geov Parrish
      207. John & Kate Parrish
      208. Jack Payden-Travers
      209. Ed Pearson
      210. Lorin Peters
      211. Martin Philips
      212. Ruby Phillips
      213. Utah Phillips
      214. Becky Pierce
      215. Tim Pluta
      216. John Wesley Pratt
      217. Olwen Pritchard
      218. Nathaniel “NTodd” Pritsky
      219. Mike Prokosch
      220. Susan Quinlan
      221. Cosmas Raimondi
      222. Jessica Ramer
      223. Linda & Robert Randall
      224. Holly Rauen
      225. Jason Rawn
      226. Greg Reagle
      227. Mary Regan
      228. Evan Reeves
      229. Lincoln Rice
      230. Max & Nancy Rice
      231. Louise & Phil Rieman
      232. Robert Riversong
      233. Jose Roldan
      234. Joe Roos
      235. Carol Rose
      236. Larry Rosenwald
      237. Tom Rothschild
      238. William Ruhaak
      239. Bert Sacks
      240. George Salzman
      241. Jim Satterwhite
      242. Claire Schaeffer-Duffy
      243. Molly Schaffnit
      244. Steven Schallert
      245. Judy Scheckel
      246. David Schenck
      247. James A. Schexnayder
      248. Eric Schickendanz
      249. Ginny Schneider
      250. V. Schneider
      251. Don Schrader
      252. Keith Schrag
      253. John Schuchardt
      254. Scott Schumacher
      255. John & Pat Schwiebert
      256. Liz Scranton
      257. Beth Seberger
      258. Lida Shao
      259. Cynthia Sharpe
      260. Brayton & Suzanne Shanley
      261. Cindy Sheehan
      262. Joanne Sheehan
      263. Dick Sheppard
      264. John Shibley
      265. Bronwyn Shiffer
      266. Daniel Sicken
      267. Arthur Silber
      268. Eleanor Bonney Simons
      269. Bradley R. Smith
      270. Coleman Smith
      271. Peter Smith
      272. Shirley Smith
      273. Heather Snow
      274. Rita Snyder
      275. Kristine & Michael Sonnleitner
      276. Jay Sordean
      277. Steve Soucy
      278. Shannon Stahmer
      279. Daniel Staub
      280. Ellyn Stecker
      281. Carlos Steward
      282. Joffre Stewart
      283. Jim Stockwell
      284. Eric Stoner
      285. Marion Stuenkel
      286. Joel Taunton
      287. Lauren Tepper
      288. Eddie Tews
      289. Peggy Thomas
      290. Don & Roberta Thrustin Timmerman
      291. Patricia Tompkins
      292. Chris Toussaint
      293. Francois Tremblay
      294. P.A. Trisha
      295. Jenny Truax
      296. Edward Tverdek
      297. Lonnie Valentine
      298. Susan Van Haitsma
      299. Ethan & Rima Vesely-Flad
      300. Sam Vimes
      301. Dana Visalli
      302. Eric Volpe
      303. Amy Wachspress
      304. Francine & Thomas Wall
      305. Lou Waronker
      306. Patricia Washburn
      307. David Waters
      308. Erica Weiland
      309. “Bushel” Bob Williams
      310. Lamar Williamson
      311. S. Brian Willson
      312. Thomas Wilson
      313. Lea Wood
      314. Daniel Woodham
      315. Ruthy Woodring
      316. Nick Wright
      317. John Yeatts
      318. Carolyn K. Ziffer
      319. Øystein Øgaard
    2. individual “show me the law” tax protesters
      1. Michael Badnarik
      2. Lynn Johnston
      3. Eddie Kahn
      4. Ghislaine Lanctôt
      5. Arthur J. Porth
      6. James E. Ramsden
    3. individual local or state tax resisters
      1. William Atzinger
      2. Greg Ball
      3. Roberta Baxter
      4. Merrill Bey
      5. Harry Carless
      6. Cheng Yanzhe
      7. Hervé Ferland
      8. Scott Frisby
      9. James F. Hathaway
      10. LaSaunders Hudson
      11. Louis Josephson
      12. Jerry Kirk
      13. Carrie Klauber
      14. Edward Koryto
      15. Robert H. Miller
      16. Cloise W. Noggle
      17. John O’Hagan
      18. Robert Purvis
      19. Patrick Quinn
      20. Scott Silvera
      21. James Stinson
      22. William H. Vanderbilt
      23. Amis Vautier
      24. William Worden
    4. individual Social Security tax resisters
      1. F. Hamblin
      2. Susan Seymour
    5. individual anarchist or libertarian tax resisters
      1. Karl J. Bray
      2. Lauren Canario
      3. Graham Colson
      4. Giorgio Fidenato
      5. Mogens Gilstrup
      6. Karl Hess
      7. Taran Jordan
      8. Kat Kanning
      9. Russell Kanning
      10. David King
      11. Adam Kokesh
      12. Charles Lane
      13. Toine Manders
      14. John Patric
      15. Simon Rierdon
      16. Dave Ridley
      17. J. Tony Serra
      18. Michele Seven
      19. John Brown Smith
      20. Mark Tier
      21. Leo Tolstoy
      22. Jerome Tuccille
      23. Benjamin R. Tucker
      24. Teresa Warmke
      25. Lynette Warren
      26. Claire Wolfe
    6. individual tax resisters of other or more comprehensive sorts
      1. G.A. Blarney
      2. Heinrich Böll
      3. Billy Bragg
      4. Don Carey
      5. “Consent Withdrawn”
      6. Tom Cooley
      7. John Ed Croft
      8. John Hampden
      9. Ed Harris-Morgan
      10. Nick Hogan
      11. Karen Horn
      12. Silas Lamson
      13. Hugh of Lincoln
      14. Mr. & Mrs. Carl Ludovici
      15. Charles Kanjama
      16. William Mason
      17. William Novicky
      18. Pente Player
      19. Vicki Robison
      20. Jonas Rosenzweig
      21. Ralph Shinaberry
      22. Popcorn Sutton
      23. Mary Theroux
      24. Wat Tyler
      25. Susie Vitting
      26. Glynn Wilson
      27. Hartmut Zapp
      28. Yang Zhizhu & Chen Hong
      29. Markus Zwicklbauer