Discussion on the Massachusetts Income Tax

"In another time of national crisis and hope for recovery, people with the highest incomes were taxed at nearly 90 percent — the effective tax rate in the decade following WWII. A key social value was that workers and families deserved broadly shared prosperity and sharing wealth more equitably was a way to get there."

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