Tax reform based on Judeo-Christian ethics

[JURIST] Susan Hamill [faculty profile] of the University of Alabama School of Law [official website] has been making quite a splash recently in the wake of an Alabama Law Review article proposing reform of the tax system based on the principles of Judeo-Christian ethics [article text, PDF]. On February 25 she spoke [UC announcement] at the University of Cincinnati School of Law, which has just posted streaming video of her presentation.

 

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