A Progressive Case for a Universal Transaction Tax.

Maine Law Review 58:1-16 (2006)

Gary Chartier
La Sierra University
Concerns with autonomy and privacy, among other factors (including the potential to move toward a basic income scheme), could give progressives reason to favor replacing the personal income tax with a universal transaction tax (so named to distinguish it from transaction taxes just applied to consumer sales, for instance).
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