Sources; “American Allegories #3”

The sources list for the third episode the American Allegories series; “The Oxymoronic Paradox of Taxes”.


Piketty, Thomas. “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”.
London School of Economics; Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics Morishima lectu re. “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”
Harvard Business Review. “Piketty’s “Capital,” in a Lot Less than 696 Pages”.
Tax Policy Center. “Historical Highest Marginal Income Tax Rates.”
Investing Answers. “Marginal Tax Rate [and examples]”.
Trading Economics. “United States GDP Growth Rate”.
Investing Answers. “Marginal tax rate” [definition].
Investopedia. “Alternative Minimum Tax” [definition].
Investing Answers. “Effective Tax Rate [and examples]”.
The Motley Fool. “Effective Tax Rate vs. Marginal Tax Bracket: What You Need to Know”.
NerdWallet. “2018-2019 Federal Income Tax Brackets and New Tax Rates”
Quartz. “How the super-wealthy avoid taxes by parking money offshore legally”.
Vox. “Panama Papers: Why tax havens matter, in one chart”.
New York Times. “After a Tax Crackdown, Apple Found a New Shelter for its Profits.”
The Balance. “US Corporate Income Tax Rate, Its History and the Effective Rate”.
Investopedia. “Double Irish with a Dutch Sandwich”.
Silicon Valley Business Journal. “Google shifted $23B in overseas cash to Bermuda tax haven in 2017, report says”.


Supplemental
Rutger Bregman. “Utopia for Realists”.


The Bestest Word
YouTube. CBS News. “Historian says billionaires should stop talking philanthropy, start talking taxes”.


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