The Trouble With Taxation
American Revolution was a tax revolt. So was Fort Sumter. The Bible and Shakespeare are full of tax stories. Even the Rosetta Stone is about taxes. Few people in history like to have their money taken by force, even if thetax collector works for a pharaoh who calls himself god.
Join us for a special Virginia seminar presented by Shenandoah Electronic Intelligence, Inc. and the Ludwig von Mises Institute, on The Trouble With Taxation, January 14–15, 2005. We’ll meet at the historic Boar’s Head Inn at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (434-296-2181 or 800-476-1988). The conference features Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo, author of How Capitalism Saved America.
Call the hotel and mention the Mises Institute to reserve your room at $150 per night. Other accommodations are available nearby.
There is no charge for the sessions, and the optional luncheon is $25, but you must tell us you are coming. Return this form, or you may register by phone (800-636-4737) or write Pat Barnett (firstname.lastname@example.org). The luncheon is $25, which you can prepay here. (Luncheon prepayment required before January 10.) You may also view the complete registration postcard.
Join us as we tell the pharaoh: Not so fast!
Friday, January 14 Ednam Hall of Boar's Head Inn
Saturday, January 15 Ballroom