|1.1||Suggested Fair Not Flat Tax Rate Schedule for a Family of Four||26|
|3.1||A Typical Flat-Tax Rate Schedule||52|
|3.2||National Sales Tax with Rebate||54|
|5.1||Bedrock's Tax Rate Schedule||79|
|5.2||Income, Payroll, and Combined Marginal Tax Rates (approx.) for an Individual, circa 2001||82|
|5.3||Income, Payroll, and Combined Marginal Tax Rates (approx.) for a Family of Four with Two Equal Earners, circa 2001||83|
|5.4||Bedrock's Flat Tax plus Rebate||84|
|5.5||Fair Not Flat Tax Rate Schedule for a Family of Four||91|
|5.6||Fair Not Flat, Payroll, and Combined Tax Rates for a Family of Four||93|
|6.1||Rate Schedule for the Supplemental Personal Consumption Tax for a Family of Four||101|
|6.2||Liberal, Conservative, and Fair Not Flat Tax Policies||103|
|1.1||Income and Consumption over a Lifetime||17|
|5.1||Effect of Flat Tax plus Rebate||84|
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Publication information: Book title: Fair Not Flat: How to Make the Tax System Better and Simpler. Contributors: Edward J. McCaffery - Author. Publisher: University of Chicago Press. Place of publication: Chicago. Publication year: 2002. Page number: ix.
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