A RECONSIDERATION OF THE REVENUE ACT OF 1932

David A. Zalewski

Abstract


The Revenue Act of 1932 surpassed any previous American peacetime tax increase. To many economists a tax increase is an inappropriate response to depression. Notwithstanding, the tax reduced fears about financial instability by temporarily resolving uncertainty about the federal budget.

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