Postwar Taxation and Economic Progress

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RESEARCH COMMITTEE
RALPH E. FLANDERS, Chairman
President, Federal Reserve Bank
Boston, Massachusetts
GEORGE L. HARRISON, President
New York Life Insurance Company
New York, New York
CHESTER C. DAVIS, Vice Chairman
President, Federal Reserve Bank
St. Louis, Missouri
PAUL G. HOFFMAN, President
The Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Indiana
MARION B. FOLSOM, Vice Chairman
Treasurer, Eastman Kodak
Company
Rochester, New York
ERIC A. JOHNSTON, President
Brown-Johnston Company
c/o Chamber of Commerce of the
United States
Washington, D.C.
JAMES F. BROWNLEE
290 Hass Road
Fairfield, Connecticut
ERNEST KANZLER
Chairman of the Board
Universal C.I.T. Credit
Corporation
Detroit, Michigan
GARDNER COWLES, President & Pub-
lisher
Des Moines Register & Tribune
Des Moines, Iowa
THOMAS B. McCABE, President
Scott Paper Company
Chester, Pennsylvania
DONALD DAVID, Dean
Graduate School of Business
Administration
Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts
PHILIP D. REED
Chairman of the Board
General Electric Company
New York, New York
JOHN F. FENNELLY, Partner
Glore, Forgan & Company
Chicago, Illinois
RAYMOND RUBICAM
444 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
WILLIAM C. FOSTER, Vice President
Pressed & Welded Steel Products
Company
Long Island City, New York
BEARDSLEY RUML
Chairman of the Board
R. H. Macy & Co.
New York, New York
R. GORDON WASSON, Vice President P. Morgan & Company New York, New York

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