Unlike the commentaries of flat tax proponents, this article will not attempt to dispel the notion of progressive taxation. Rather, this article will first question whether professors who write about tax policy can as a group reach unbiased conclusions about progressivity policy. Next, this article will address a few progressivity concepts that fuel taxation debates. Finally, this commentary will outline some ideas for structuring the federal income taxation system in ways that reduce political rancor and potentially create reasonable acceptance by tax producers, tax beneficiaries, and their respective advocates.
Kovach, Richard J.
"Personal and Political Bias in the Debate Over Federal Income Taxation Rates and Progressivity,"
Akron Tax Journal: Vol. 21
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/akrontaxjournal/vol21/iss1/1