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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 108, Issue 3

Current Issue: Special Issue 2014, Volume 108, Issue 3

  Foreword: 100 Years Under the Income Tax [citation]   Charlotte Crane 767–772
  Look Away Dixieland: The South and the Federal Income Tax [citation]   Robin L. Einhorn 773–798
  Did the Sixteenth Amendment Ever Matter? Does It Matter Today? [citation]   Erik M. Jensen 799–824
  The Consistency of Conservative Tax Policy [citation]   Marjorie E. Kornhauser 825–858
  What a History of Tax Withholding Tells Us About the Relationship Between Statutes and Constitutional Law [citation]   Anuj C. Desai 859–904
  Schedularity in U.S. Income Taxation and Its Effect on Tax Distribution [citation]   Henry Ordower 905–924
  Brackets: A Historical Perspective [citation]   Tracey M. Roberts 925–958
  A Bundle of Confusion for the Income Tax: What It Means to Own Something [citation]   Stephanie Hunter McMahon 959–988
  Does Federal Spending "Coerce" States? Evidence from State Budgets [citation] [data]   Brian Galle 989–1028
  A Corporate Tax for the Next One Hundred Years: A Proposal for a Dynamic, Self-adjusting Corporate Tax Rate [citation]   Adam H. Rosenzweig 1029–1082
  Tax-Free Reorganizations: The Evolution and Revolution of Triangular Mergers [citation]   Stephanie Hoffer & Dale A. Oesterle 1083–1114
  The Moonscape of Tax Equality: Windsor and Beyond [citation]   Anthony C. Infanti 1115–1136