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War Tax Resistors

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Every member of the current Voices in the Wilderness delegation to Iraq is a war tax resister. If the US strikes Iraq, they will put out a national call for US citizens not to pay taxes. War tax resistance runs the gamut from not paying the federal tax on your phone bill, which was established as a war tax during the Viet Nam war, to not paying your income taxes and using the money saved to support peace groups.

Guests:

  • Karen Marysdaughter, National War Tax Resistance in Monroe, Maine. Call (800)269-7464.

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