The People’s Income Tax Guide

By the late 1800s Congress realized that America’s working class was paying a disproportionate amount of the taxes needed to finance the operations of government. The 16th Amendment was ratified in 1913 to tax "incomes." An exhaustive review of the Congressional Record, tax cases and articles published at the time shows that wages were never intended to be taxed as income and that the 16th Amendment does not authorize government to tax the wages of working Americans. This 16-page, 8 ˝ x 11, full-color front and back booklet answers the question "Are wages income?"  To view this publication online, go to

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