New York: War Tax Resistance, 1971. Staple-bound Softcover. Good. Item #073033
Crisp, clean pages with no owners' marks; securely saddle-stapled binding; card cover bears faint water staining acruss the lower front, with no rippling or warping, as well as creasing at the bottom left rear corner, small surface scuffs particularly near the spine and at both spine ends, a thin line of wear along the spine itself, and a tiny spot of material loss at the bottom left front, otherwise vivid and sound. xvi, 128pp. Instructions on how to compute and file income tax returns in a manner designed to protest US Federal spending on war [in Viet Nam], outlines of civil and criminal penalties for different methods of resistance around the theory of tax nonpayment, and narratives of the experiences of persons using these ideas, such as Joan Baez, folk singer; James Otsuka, Nisei war spending protester since 1949; and a surprising number of people who were jailed briefly if penalized at all, though several had their cars impounded and auctioned.