HeinOnline’s Taxation & Economic Reform in America brings more than 300 years of legislation to your fingertips. Containing more than 22,600 volumes and 5.9 million pages, this database allows researchers to search across tax regulations, laws, and hundreds of legislative histories dating back to 1700. Also included is the complete Carlton Fox Collection which contains nearly 42 years of historical legislation related to the internal revenue laws from 1909-1950.
Users have the ability to browse Taxation & Economic Reform in America: Parts I & II in a number of ways:
History of American Taxation includes hundreds of legislative histories, Internal Revenue documents, and the esteemed Carlton Fox Collection.
Carlton Fox, a twentieth-century lawyer in the Justice Department, compiled the history of legislation of nearly 42 years of Internal Revenue laws, making it the largest legislative history ever on the topic and the most complete history available. This six-volume collection contains complete documentary materials for federal tax and revenue research, including:
The Internal Revenue Code, published as Title 26 of the United States Code, is the domestic portion of federal statutory tax law in the United State. Enacted into law on August 16, 1954, the event marked the first comprehensive revision of our Internal Revenue laws since before the turn of the century and the enactment of the income tax. This major revision not only organized and restated the past laws to make them more understandable, but also deleted obsolete material and, included many substantive changes.
More than 130 Tax-Related Legislative Histories
The wealth of legislative histories included in the first part of this collection are central to its mission—aiding researchers in understanding the evolution of U.S. tax law. Notable legislative histories include:
The Economic Reform and Stimulus Plan allows researchers to examine the state of the U.S. economy from the Great Depression through President Obama's Budget Control Act of 2011 and STOCK Act of 2012.
Landmark Reforms from Critical Moments in U.S. History
Study the transformation of the U.S. economy over the years with more than 100 legislative histories relating to economic reform, including:
Hearings and Monographs of the Temporary National Economic Committee
The Temporary National Economic Committee was established in 1938 to investigate the concentration of economic power in, and financial control over, production and distribution of goods and services. The hearings and monographs that resulted from this investigation are important today in analyzing the economic problems of the present time. These rare documents are now available in a fully searchable digital format for the first time.