National Corporate Charters v Tax Cheaters

National Corporate Charters v Tax Cheaters

The New York Times featured an article titled: How to Get Business to Pay Its Share

The idea of a national corporate structure has tantalized me for a decade, ever since I learned about the concept of corporate personhood as it presently manifests in the United States.

Soon thereafter I entered law school. There, I learned that laws governing corporations had been successfully manipulated by corporations over the centuries since 1776 so that their responsibility to the communities that supported them had disappeared. This effort was carried on both at the national and the state level.

In 1950, corporations paid 1 1/2 of every tax dollar collected.  Now they pay 22 cents. How much more tax relief does the Mansion Trash need?

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