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  • ...ted States]], the 10th Chief Justice of the United States, a leader of the progressive conservative wing of the [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican Part ...[[16th Amendment]] gave the federal government the right to levy an income tax, which became increasingly important as a source of revenue. The [[17th Ame
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  • ...n new settlements. Those from the less prosperous Hispaniola were eager to search for new success in a new settlement. From there [[Juan Ponce de León]] con ...nean, the Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500-1800.'' ''Ohio State University Research News''. Retrieved November 16, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...tionship.<ref>B.W. Folsom, (1999) ''No More Free Markets Or Free Beer: The Progressive Era in Nebraska, 1900-1924.'' (Lexington Books.), 57-59.</ref> ...olve the [[trust]]s, regulate the railroads more tightly and support the [[Progressive Movement]]. He regarded prohibition as a "local" issue and did not endorse
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  • ...ion''. March 24, 2008. [ Global Warming and Nebraska] Ret ...creation of new territories by acts of [[United States Congress|Congress]] progressively reduced the size of Nebraska. In the 1860s, the formation of [[Colorado T
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  • ...year also saw him write his first work on [[economics]], his ''Treatise of Taxes and Contributions.'' Petty counted among his many scientific interests na ...te and was by age 35 a considerably wealthy man and leading member of the 'progressive sciences'. Nonetheless, he was insecure about his land holdings and his amb
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  • ...Dictionary -medieval" [ Definition from Online Etymology Dictionary] - Retrieved October 2 ...emanded money. Rome’s declining revenue left it dangerously dependent on tax revenue. Future setbacks forced Rome to pour ever more wealth into its armi
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  • Many Indian species are descendants of taxa originating in [[Gondwana]], to which India originally belonged. Peninsula Hindu culture, and some of whom destroyed historic temples and imposed taxes on non-Muslims. During the decline of the Mughal Empire, which at its pea
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  • ...u need statistics? Revisiting Kinsey's methodology" ''The Journal of Sex Research'' 35 (2) (May 1998): 132-140, ISSN 0022-4499.</ref> More modern and precise research by [[Edward O. Laumann]], reported in ''Sex in America: A definitive survey
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  • ...ourages private fixed investment spending. Low government spending or high taxes, [[underconsumption]], or low exports compared to imports may also have t ... ones; it is compatible with [[full employment]]. (It is sometimes called "search unemployment" and is seen as largely voluntary.) It arises because either e
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  • ...n anthropologist who pioneered the cross-cultural analytical method. His research focused on the process of cultural change, in which new [[habit]]s are lear ...y the enactment of [[law]]s and the formation of an office for procuring [[tax]]es. Without the active support of the government this organization will si
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  • ...y the Fowler]] did not treat the Jews badly, exacting from them merely the taxes levied upon all other [[merchant]]s. Although they were as ignorant as th ... one ''kreutzer'' in every ''gulden'' of their property in addition to the taxes they were paying to the state and municipal authorities.
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  • ...d him two weekly series, ''[[Hello Americans]]'', which was based on the research he'd done in Brazil, and ''[[Ceiling Unlimited]],'' sponsored by [[Lockheed ...everal hundred thousand dollars, and in a few years time Welles would seek tax-shelter in Europe.
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  • #An international search for knowledge to strengthen the foundations of imperial rule. ... office tenure to four years, allowed public balloting, provided for a new taxation system, and ordered new local administrative rules.
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  • ...fu'' regulations were the national law. Although the ''daimyo'' were not [[tax]]ed directly, they were regularly levied for contributions for military and ...he ''daimyo'' collected the taxes from the peasants in the form of rice. [[Tax]]es were high, about 40 percent of the harvest. The rice was sold at the ''
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  • In the early 1960s many [[progressivism|progressive]] Vermont Republicans and newcomers to the state helped bolster the state's ...ome localities impose an additional 1 percent Local Option Tax. [[Property tax]]es are imposed for the support of [[education]] and municipal services.
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  • ... of ten million Bengalis<ref>"Famine," ''Banglapedia'' [ Famine] Retrieved December 17, 2007.</ref>. A similar ...y Indians. This extraordinary quantity of wealth, much of it collected as 'taxes', was absolutely critical in expanding public and private [[infrastructur
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  • ...for Librarians in the Digital Age'' (Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2000, ISBN 0838980813).</ref> ...] to handle the project's legal needs. Donations to it are [[tax deduction|tax-deductible]]. Long-time Project Gutenberg volunteer [[Gregory Newby]] becam
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  • ...als, as well as domestic issues such as federal funding of [[stem cell]] research, the ineffective federal response to [[Hurricane Katrina]], and controversi ...> During his term, Bush used a budget surplus to push through a $2 billion tax-cut plan, which was the largest in Texas history and cemented Bush's creden
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  • ...aise the money to pay for this by taxing land and also by increasing the [[tax]] for higher income earners. He needed an additional six million pounds ann schools were in poor repair. Many nonconformists refused to pay their taxes, and were jailed or had property seized. A total of 170 members of [[John
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  • ...nual average number of tornadoes"> [ NOAA National Climatic Data Center]. Retrieved N ...llion into the state economy and generated $2.5 billion in state and local taxes.<ref>[
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