48: 2 (Fall 2009) “The Connecticut Income Tax Wars”

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2009, Vol. 48, No. 2

“The Connecticut Income Tax Wars”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Adam Stern, “Connecticut’s Income Tax Wars: A Brief History of the State’s Personal Income Tax, 1915-1991”

Walter W. Woodward, “A Plea for More Connecticut in Connecticut’s History Curriculum”

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “Strangers in the Brass City: The Role of Nativism in the 1920 Waterbury Strike”

ESSAYS

Briana McGuckin, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

Melissa Josefiak and Jessica Jenkins, “Exhibitions of Interest”

 

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Connecticut History Review
Fall 2009, Vol. 48, No. 2

“The Connecticut Income Tax Wars”

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Adam Stern, “Connecticut’s Income Tax Wars: A Brief History of the State’s Personal Income Tax, 1915-1991”

Walter W. Woodward, “A Plea for More Connecticut in Connecticut’s History Curriculum”

William F. Sullivan, Jr., “Strangers in the Brass City: The Role of Nativism in the 1920 Waterbury Strike”

ESSAYS

Briana McGuckin, “Voices of Connecticut Veterans”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

Melissa Josefiak and Jessica Jenkins, “Exhibitions of Interest”

 

 

 

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