PUBLIC FINANCE

BY CLYDE L. KING, PH.D. Professor of Political Science University of Pennsylvania

THE MACMILLAN COMPANY New York 1935

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Chapter I - Public Finance-Introductory 1
  • References 4
  • Chapter II - Principles of Public Expenditures 5
  • References 16
  • Chapter III - The Trend in Public Expenditures 17
  • References 35
  • Chapter IV Where the Taxpayer's Dollar Goes 36
  • Conclusion 59
  • Chapter V - War Costs--Can They Be Prevented? 60
  • References 68
  • Chapter VI - Education 69
  • References 86
  • Chapter VII - Expenditures for Health, Welfare, And Relief 87
  • References 128
  • Chapter VIII - Public Works and Highways 131
  • References 174
  • Chapter IX - Other Governmental Expenditures 175
  • References 191
  • Chapter X - The Power to Tax 192
  • References 201
  • Chapter XI - Some Principles in a System of Just Taxation 202
  • References 214
  • Chapter XII - The Shifting and Incidence of Taxation 215
  • References 228
  • Chapter XIII - The General Property Tax 229
  • References 250
  • Chapter XIV - The Classified Property Tax 251
  • Reference 261
  • Chapter XV - The Taxation of Real Estate, Improvements, And Natural Resources 262
  • References 291
  • Chapter XVI - Personal Income Taxes 292
  • References 323
  • Chapter XVII - The Taxation of Intangibles 324
  • Reference 338
  • Chapter XVIII - Taxes on Corporations 339
  • Chapter XIX - Gasoline and Motor Vehicle Taxes 359
  • References 374
  • Chapter XX - Sales Taxes--Selective and General 375
  • References 394
  • Chapter XXI - Inheritance and Estate Taxes 395
  • References 406
  • Chapter XXII - A Brief Survey of the Tariff History of The United States 407
  • References 426
  • Chapter XXIII - Principles of International Trade 427
  • Summary 451
  • Chapter XXIV - Capital Movements Among Nations 452
  • References 478
  • Chapter XXV - Our Changing Industries 479
  • References 496
  • Chapter XXVI - Governmental Control of Exchange Rates And Other Methods for Controlling Tariffs 497
  • References 509
  • Chapter XXVII - Customs Duties 510
  • References 534
  • Chapter XXVIII - Public Income from Public Services And Public Enterprises 535
  • Conclusions 544
  • Chapter XXIX - Public Borrowing 545
  • References 563
  • Chapter XXX - Public Budgets 568
  • References 582
  • Index 589
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