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The Equalization of the Tax Burden in the State of New York

By Henry Alfred Ernest Chandler

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Title: The Equalization of the Tax Burden in the State of New York  
Author: Henry Alfred Ernest Chandler
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Language: English
Subject: Public Finance, Public Economics, Taxation
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1916
Publisher: Columbia University

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Ernest Chandler, H. A. (1916). The Equalization of the Tax Burden in the State of New York. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Digitized from the holdings of the library of the University of California.; Pub. also as Report of the Joint legislative committee on taxation of the state of New York, Legislature, 1916, Senate doc. 26.

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