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"Taxation in Colonial America" examines life in the thirteen original American colonies through the revealing lens of the taxes levied on and by the colonists. Spanning the turbulent years from the founding of the Jamestown settlement to the outbreak of the American Revolution, Alvin Rabushka provides the definitive history of taxation in the colonial era, and sets it agai ...more
ebook, 968 pages
Published December 16th 2010 by Princeton University Press (first published February 4th 2008)
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