Studies Volume 6-7

Studies Volume 6-7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...matter at the post-office at Concord, N. H. SCIENTIFIC SERIES VOLUME VI. NUMBER 1. JULY, 1918 Empirical Equations of the Speed and Torque Characteristics of the Series Motor A. S. Langsdorf Necessary Conditions for the Reality of All the Roots of an Algebraic Equation Otto Dunkel A Graphical Method for Finding the Pole-Strength of a Bar Magnet C. H. Skinner An Oscillographic Study of a Howler Set Lindley Pyle VOLUME VI. NUMBER 2. JANUARY, 1919 A Geometric Treatment of the Exponential Function Otto Dunkel HUMANISTIC SERIES VOLUME VI. NUMBER 1. OCTOBER, 1918 An Analysis of the Operation of the General Property Tax in Missouri.. W. F. Gephart The Passing of Individualism in Industry G. E. Putnam Economic Basis of Permanent Peace Isaac Lippincott The Psychology of Testimony and Reports E. J. Swift VOLUME VI. NUMBER 2. APRIL, 1919 South Carolina and the South on the Eve of Secession, 1852 to i860 C. S. Boucher Contents of the first five volumes will be furnished on request. Washington University Studies Vol. VII OCTOBER, 1919 No. 1 INVESTMENT SECURITIES AND TAX EXEMPTION GEORGE E. PUTNAM Professor of Banking and Finance One of the many conspicuous evidences of the backwardness of American fiscal policy is to be found in the careless application of the tax exemption principle. While there is abundant justification for the practice of exempting a portion of all private incomes from taxation--it is one of the most convenient ways of making the tax burden correspond to the individual's ability to pay--the special exemption of government and quasi-government bonds from the income tax is completely out of harmony with modern conceptions of just and equitable taxation. And notwithstanding the fact that up to the time of the European war practically all more

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  • English
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