Social and Economic Effects of a Capital Levy

January 14, 1924

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“A war debt redemption levy on for tunes exceeding 5000 pounds Sterling in graduated proportion to the ability to pay, sufficient to redeem the main bull; of the debt, stands as the indispensable step to any stable economic order in this country.”

Sidney Webb.

“The capital levy is an attempt to restore the injustice which the workingman feels was imposed upon him by swelling the enormous war debt.”

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