Punch, 42 (1862), 11.
A Prize Income-Tax for 1862
Argues that the International Exhibition should include non-material articles including 'political and social inventions' and those of a 'moral and scientific character'. Suggests awarding a prize for 'the producer of an equitable Income-Tax' and calls on a 'financier, arithmetician, or mathematician' to solve this problem.
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