Have you ever stopped and asked yourself what really happens when the government raises taxes? Income Tax Causes Crime (138 pages) written by Sam Bryant, is an in depth look at the social cost of high taxes. It explains the cause and effect relationship between the federal income tax burden on the American family and many of the major social problems facing America such as: crime, child abuse, divorce, and teen pregnancy. If you want to understand exactly why the American family is in decline this book has the answers you have been looking for
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I am a consulting arborist, or tree doctor, by trade, and my educational background is in engineering and business. My job as it pertains to taking care of sick trees is to ask the correct questions in order to find out exactly what environmental stress has caused the tree become diseased. When looking at a sick tree, the first question I ask is, what has changed in the environment? If I can find out what has changed and correct it, then there is a very good chance that I can revive the tree. For years I have been watching the news and paying attention to what was happening around me. I could not help but make the comparison that society has been behaving like a sick tree. Many of the social programs advocated by governments, charities, churches, and civic organizations that are supposed to address these problems seem ineffective. Many of the social problems that I witness show no signs of improvement, despite efforts by these various groups. I decided to find some real answers. In this book, I apply the simple concept of asking, What has Changed? concerning very serious, and what at first appears to be very complicated, social problems. These problems include crime, child abuse, divorce and teen pregnancy. What I found was that these problems are not as complicated as one might think. They are symptoms of a specific economic strain on society. Once I started finding data and noticing patterns, the puzzle started coming together.Review:
A uniquely insightful work uniting the disciplines of sociology, criminology, and economics, written with understandable prose, yet well evidenced statistics. It is a book for professionals in each of these fields as well as a must read for every American Citizen --Adrian Eddleman, Founder, Archetype Investors Advisors
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Book Description Main Street Publishing, Inc, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111934615234
Book Description Main Street Publishing, Inc, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Ashley Wheat (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M1934615234